Spring is in the air

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Subject: Spring is in the air
From: Paul Mahoney <>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 06:18:28 +1000
Hi all,
I walk past this carpark about three times each week and the ironbarks have been flowering for most of winter.  In amongst the many red wattlebirds enjoying the feast, I have also been recording one or two Noisy Friarbirds virtually every morning.  A case of overwintering rather than early arrival.

> Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 13:54:44 +1000
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> Subject: [canberrabirds] Spring is in the air
> Sunday just gone, heard and then saw a small group of Noisy Friarbirds
> (with Red Wattlebirds) in the flowering Ironbarks of the car park of
> Magnet Mart in Belconnen (Lathlain St). Is this about the normal time they
> arrive?
> Also Wood Ducks with 7 ducklings near Blundells Cottage (LBG) and a pair
> of Black Swans with 4 cygnets.
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