bit more spring...

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Subject: bit more spring...
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2006 09:52:20 +1000
...despite other indications! A pair of Leaden Flycatchers on Bruce Ridge this morning was the first I've seen of them this season. (And that, incidentally, made two more flycatchers than orchids, in a place which would 'normally' be awash with orchids at the moment.)

Yesterday, a dozen bee-eaters flying N t S over Big Bush NR near Temora - presumably soon to be here.

cheers all - and well done Alastair for a most impressive feat of sustained and intelligently planned bird-watching! (Not to mention the various goodies you found for the rest of us in the process.)


Ian Fraser,  
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