DY and the season turning

To: "COG-L" <>
Subject: DY and the season turning
From: "Kamprad" <>
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 21:29:23 +1100
It is the time for dependant young. Today, while I sat having a cup of tea on my front verandah I saw several species of adult birds feeding their young Dusky Woodswallow, Weebill, Leaden Flycatcher, Rufous Fantail and Yellow-faced HE.
Other birds of interest were a White-throated Gerygone, an Olive-backed Oriole juv, a White-throated Treecreeper, a White -eared HE, 4 Brown-headed HE and 3 Diamond Firetails. Both the DF and the LF were hassling the DWS
Yesterday about 100 Little Raven mobbed up in our bottom paddock over a period of 6 hours and headed north. Groups of up to 6 LR have been following them north today. I am only presuming they are different birds.
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