|Subject:||Botanic Gdns: Br Gerygones|
|Date:||Fri, 7 Jul 2006 15:45:19 +1000|
10 Brown Gerygones still at Botanic Gardens today at 1pm. They were frequenting an Acacia prominens in Section 18. The resident pair of Brown Thornbills weren't too impressed with the influx.
This is very close to where the Pink Robin has been hanging out.
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