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|Subject:||A mixture of seasons|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Tue, 18 Aug 2009 15:47:08 +1000|
I took a prowl in ANBG this morning. I thought the Gardens were looking really good - a great improvement from the recentish past. It was also nice to see a large school group working their way around the place learning about plants. |
No sign of the Poweerful Owl anywhere. I might have heard a Brown Gerygone at the top of th Rainforest Gully but it didn't call for long and I could not see it.
What I did hear as a sign of Spring was at least 3 Fan-tailed Cuckoos calling more or less simultaneously from different parts of the Gardens. Perhaps as a sign that Winter hasn't completely gone a lone Cresecent Honeyeater was in the Sydney Gully, but possibly not for much longer given the amount of harassment it was getting from the New Holland Honeyeaters.
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