Little Friarbird at Mulligans

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Subject: Little Friarbird at Mulligans
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2006 13:50:08 +1000 (EST)
That is the *weirdist* thing!  At that very location (about 50metres over
the hill from the car park) yesterday, at around midday, I was looking
around in the eucalypts by the path, somehow expecting to see a Little
Friarbird!  I don't know why...anyway, I didn't - I only saw Noisy Miners
and a Grey Butcherbird.  Bizarre.
Earlier on, Rufous Songlarks and Pallid Cuckoos were singing/calling.


> A Little Friarbird was observed yesterday (Sunday) at around 2.30pm just
> over the hill on the main path from the car-park.
> Apart from this a fairly birdless day owing to the strong winds: both
> gerygones, but no Rufous Songlarks or cuckoos of any kind.
> --
> John Leonard
> Canberra
> Australia

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