|From:||"Marnix Zwankhuizen" <>|
|Date:||Sun, 28 Sep 2008 13:46:34 +1000|
The Superb Parrots are about Harrison every day mainly along Gungaderra Creek. A Pallid Cuckoo was calling from Wells Station. Today there was a dead Shingleback Skink on Nullarbor Avenue. Yesterday I had to shoo a Bearded Dragon off Mulligans Flat Road before it was run over.
I also had a trio of Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoos fly over my head while I was in Gooroo Reserve yesterday morning. They are very rare in the area, usually only seen at the top of Mulligans near the pine trees. Other notables at Gooroo included Pallid Cuckoo, White-throated Gerygone and Rufous Whistler.
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