Mulligans Flat: Drought, Mistletoe, Robins

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Subject: Mulligans Flat: Drought, Mistletoe, Robins
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 17:58:58 +1100
Marnix Zwankhuizen wrote:
I rode around Mulligans this morning. It is looking very dry now with barely any grass left. All the migrants seem to have left already. I did find a trio of Hooded Robins, a male Red-capped Robin and a young Jacky Winter though.
> Most of the mistletoe I found was in flower but there were no
> honeyeaters, just Noisy Miners.

We must have visited different parts of Mulligans Flat.

I went for a walk there this morning and saw Scarlet Robins, but no
other robins.  These we with a groups of Brown-headed Honeyeaters,
Speckled Warblers, Buff-rumped Thornbills and a pair(?) of Rufous
Whistlers at the eastern end of the old coach road.


   Paul Taylor                                  Veni, vidi, tici -
                           I came, I saw, I ticked.

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