Kellys Rd and Angle Crossing Sunday AM

Subject: Kellys Rd and Angle Crossing Sunday AM
From: Mary & Terry Lovett <>
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2008 12:53:27 +1100 (EST)
We did a morning drive to see if there were any noticeable honeyeater movements  - can confirm none.
Kellys Rd had a heap of Yellow Face and White plumed happily bathing and chasing each other and feeding on lerps/insects. - looked as if they were going nowhere for the time being. The Eucalypts are budding up nicely and should flower in a few weeks.

Birds seen at Kelly Rd
Wedgetail(1), Red Rumps (8), Eastern Rsella (12) White Plemed H/eater (20), Yellow Face (30), Yellow Thornbill (4), Buff Th/bill (10), Double Bar finch (2), Fairy Wren (10), Striated Pardalote (10), Wagtail (2), Red Wattlebird (4),

Then back to Tharwa via Angle Crossing
Brown Falcon (1), Nankeen Kestrel (1), flock of 8 Blackfaced Cuckoo Shrike, Dusky woodswallow (6) with an imm Shining Bronze Cuckoo keeping them company and learning how to catch food on the wing - possibly reared by the swallows?, Grey Fantails (4), Eastern Rosellas (18), White Eared H/eater(2), Yellow Faced H/eater (10), White Plumed H/eater (6), Rainbow bee eater(2), Richards Pippit (10),

Terry Lovett

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