Restless Flycatcher

Subject: Restless Flycatcher
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 08:54:01 +1100

I popped out to see Roger's Restless Flycatcher yesterday afternoon at Acacia Inlet. I found it soon enough on the edge of Yarramundi Grassland among the many Dusky Woodswallows by its distinctive scissor-grinder call. It then tagged onto a mixed feeding flock containing, interestingly, 6 Varied Sittellas, 1 female Eastern Shrike-tit, and groups of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters and Silvereyes. The MFF moved across the bike path to a patch of eucalypts where they stayed for the next 15 minutes.




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