Belated Red Wattlebird migration observation [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Subject: Belated Red Wattlebird migration observation [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 13:09:30 +1000

Whilst reading Jack's observation given in the 'What to watch out for this month' section of the May 2009 Gang-gang, I recalled that I saw a flock of 29 Red Wattlebirds flying northerly towards a remnant Yellow Box next to Sulwood Drive, Wanniassa, on the morning of Saturday 25 April.

Have also had Double-barred Finch near to and flying over my place in Kambah on a couple of occasions recently, which is the first time I've recorded this species within the suburb, but admittedly it is only about 500m away from the Mt Taylor Nature Reserve.

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