To: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Subject: Newline
From: Mary & Terry Lovett <>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 17:28:42 +1100 (EST)
Hi Geoffrey,
Yes we debated that - particularly since it appeared as if there were just 2 females ie all grey with no black/white company - so I think you might be correct in suggesting they were Jacky Winters.Lovely morning and full of activity.

Geoffrey Dabb <> wrote:
Hi T&M  -  Are you sure about the Hooded Robins?  They were recorded there about 10 years ago, but in regular visits since then I have not found them.   I hesitate to suggest it, but Jacky Winters are there at present.  Could it have been those?  Geoffrey
From: Mary & Terry Lovett [
Sent: Thursday, 27 March 2008 4:21 PM
To: canberra birds
Subject: [canberrabirds] Newline
Had a lovely 2 hrs at Newline this AM.around 10.30am
Talk about "Pardelote City" - conservative 40+count of spotted pardelotes.
20 x weebill,
4 x Grey fantails,
20 x white plumed honey eaters,
2 x Crested Shrike Tit,
50+ Red Rumped parrots,
2 x wedgetails (to the North),
10 x Choughs,
10 x wagtails,
3xHooded Robin (female),
2 x dusky woodswallow,
6 x Fairy Wren,
1 x Peaceful dove,
1x Shining Bronze Cuckoo,
10x white plumed Honeyeater,
Pink/Grey Galahs
Suphur Crested Cokatoos,
Pied Currawong
Noisy Miner
Aust Ravens
Terry and Mary Lovett

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