Mt Taylor

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Subject: Mt Taylor
From: "Stephen & Frances Brand" <>
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 13:40:33 +1100
Walking around north eastern section of Mt Taylor this morning into a gully.
Dozens of Pardalotes both type but more spotted. Buffed and Yellow Rumped Thornbills, some Weebills, loads of Double-barred Finches. Quite a few Silver Eyes and Grey Fantails and the usual Fairy Wrens. Squadrons of Currawongs, Crimsons and some Easterns, Galahs. One lonely Yellow Faced Honey Eater.  No flock movement that we could detect today. Female Golden Whistler and immature Rufous Whistler. No Robins or birds of prey. Starlings but no Mynas.
Stephen Brand
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