Fwd: Molonglo Gorge

To: "'John Leonard'" <>
Subject: Fwd: Molonglo Gorge
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 18:10:33 +1000
Um - because there has not been a record from there? 

I wonder what level of competition there is between them and Scrubwrens
which are in contrast so common. 

Philip Veerman
24 Castley Circuit
Kambah  ACT  2902
02 - 62314041

-----Original Message-----
From: John Leonard  
Sent: Sunday, 26 July 2009 9:22 AM
To: Canberra Birds
Subject: Fwd: Molonglo Gorge

I sent this yesterday, but then I got a strange messages saying I had
been dumped from the Canberra Birds list and I had to resubscribe. So
I'm sending it again in case people didn't get it.

Went for a walk up Molongo Gorge this afternoon, not with the hopes of
seeing many birds, but for the scenery. A Wedge-tailed Eagle and flocks
of Striated Thornbills were the highlights.

However I was thinking, all that Teatree scrub in the gorge bottom looks
ideal for Chestnut-rumped Heathwren, yet I have never heard of a record
there. I wonder why not?

John Leonard

John Leonard

"I rejoice that there are owls." Thoreau

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