Kellys and Mullies

Subject: Kellys and Mullies
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 12:25:24 +1100 (EST)
Yesterday afternoon (30 Oct) was a good day for crakes at Kellys.  At
Crake Alley, I saw 1 Buff-banded, 1 Baillon?s, 1 Spotless and 1 Aust
Spotted.  Between the Bittern and Cygnus hides, 2 Baillon?s and 1 Spotless
(plus a Glossy Ibis), and 1-2 Buff-banded in front of, and to the left of,
the Cygnus hide.  Best views I?ve ever had of Buff-banded Rails.

Earlier in the day, at Mulligan?s, no sign of the Pied Butcherbird(s).
Grey Butcherbird at the large dam, and Noisy Friarbirds were remarkably
numerous ? they were everywhere, chasing each other around, and carrying
on.  Raptors were represented by a Peregrine, a Brown Falcon and a
Black-shouldered Kite.


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