possible Little Wattlebird in Ainslie

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Subject: possible Little Wattlebird in Ainslie
From: "Steve Holliday" <>
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 17:21:29 +1000
Afraid this is another of those so vague as to be probably useless sightings, but I'll post it just in case. Had a frustratingly brief view this morning of a Red Wattlebird chasing something that looked a bit smaller, darker, and the same shape. It landed in a tree in a neighbours yard, too far away for confident ID but close enough to keep me very interested. By the time I returned with binoculars it had vanished (of course). If I had been in Melbourne I would have called it a Little Wattlebird without hesitation. So eyes peeled if you're near any flowering banksias - those outside the Pauline Griffin building at ANU might be a good place to look!
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