White-fronted Chats at Gundaroo Village Common

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Subject: White-fronted Chats at Gundaroo Village Common
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 17:24:53 +1000
On a walk with the Aust Native Plant Society today, I recorded 3 White-fronted Chats at the Common (a male and female and one other bird possibly an immature or second female), in an open grassland area with bare soil patches, a dam, carex grass cover in a drain line, and dead thistles/vegetation for perching. 
There was also a Restless Flycatcher near this spot and a male Superb Parrot flew over.
The Common can be accessed off Lute Street on the eastern side of Gundaroo Village; the birds were near the boundary of houses and the Common.  Nick Nicholls who lives nearby, also knows where the birds are.
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