Brindies: Olive Whistler, Spotted Quail-thrush

Subject: Brindies: Olive Whistler, Spotted Quail-thrush
From: "Marnix Zwankhuizen" <>
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2006 16:16:01 +1000
I drove up to Mt Ginini along the Mt Franklin Rd this morning (7/10). A single male Olive Whistler at Ginini Flats, a Wedge-tailed Eagle soaring above the summit of Ginini, Grey Currawong, a pair of Spotted Quail-thrush near Aggie Gap and a Blotched Blue-tongued Skink (roadkill) near Ginini.
Bulls Head was alive with honeyeaters - a dozen Spinebills, Brown-headed, Yellow-faced and White-eared Honeyeaters, Wattlebirds and Silvereyes - attracted to the abundant flowering shrubs and grevillea.
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