Brown Gerygone in Botanic Gardens

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Subject: Brown Gerygone in Botanic Gardens
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2009 18:40:59 +1000
I saw one Brown Gerygone in the ANBG on Friday 17 July, in the rainforest gully (upper end where the bridge crosses).   We did not find the bird there today on a brief walk thru during the COG field trip.
Also today on the COG outing to find winter birds, in and around the Sydney Gully, several Fuscous Honeyeaters (in the upper canopies of eucalypts), as well as several very vocal Crescent Honeyeaters (these have been reported previously on the line).  There were also Fuscous and White-naped Honeyeaters foraging in the large trees on the eucalypt lawn.
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