gungahlin hill

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Subject: gungahlin hill
From: "Vivien" <>
Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 16:39:36 +1000
I went out there for the first time today and had a magical time!!
1 pair Galahs, 1 pair Eastern Rosellas and several pairs of Crimson Rosellas all inspecting tree hollows.  At least 2 White throated tree creepers, 2 Scarlet Robins (m & f). a very photogenic Kookaburra.  They must be one of the very few to keep still!!  I am attaching an image of, I think, a Specked warbler.  Is this correct as I have not seen one before. It was ground feeding with another one .  The image is not of the best.  They do NOT sit still!! Also Yellow Rumped Thornbills, a Yellow Thornbill and a Striated Pardalotte. There were others that I was not quick enough or experienced enough to identify.  Thank you Barbara for putting me onto this area.
Viv Pinder



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