wayward doublebar

Subject: wayward doublebar
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 14:57:49 +1100
Saw a small flock of around 10-12 of D-b Finches on Lake Ginninderra yesterday. Not something I normally see around the lake. Maybe they've had a particularly good breeding year?

John Brannan

m("","marnix.zwankhuizen");"> wrote:

I just saw a Double-barred Finch at my work near the rear entrance. This is the first finch in the 6 years I have been keeping an eye on the birdlife in Parkes.
The closest suitable habitat would probably be at Stirling Park.




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