Dusky Woodswallows

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Subject: Dusky Woodswallows
From: "William Robertson" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2009 17:31:31 +1000
I enjoyed a walk in Palmerville Heritage Park during the week. Of note was a small flock (I saw six but there may have been more) of Dusky Woodswallows. A Superb Fairywren was showing blue plumage. Other birds present were mainly the larger birds like Magpies and Galahs. As I walked across the bridge overlooking Ginninderra Creek I saw what I assumed to be the resident Great Egret that is often on the Giralang wetland. The Black Swan family is still on the McKellar wetland.
Margaret Robertson
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