|Date:||Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:26:06 +1100|
There was a male Satin Flycatcher near the summit of Mt Jerrabomberra today. Has anyone else noticed any Satins migrating?
In the MFF along with the flycatcher were 8 Grey Fantails (including a juvenile), many Buff-rumped Thornbills and Spotted Pardalotes, 5 Varied Sittellas, a female Rufous Whistler and a vocal immature male Golden Whistler. Other birds in the reserve included a Speckled Warbler and a Yellow Robin (heard) both in gullies just below the summit.
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