Spangled Drongo, ANBG

To: "canberra birds" <>
Subject: Spangled Drongo, ANBG
Date: Fri, 08 Jan 2010 16:57:59 +1100
Interesting.  I had assumed the Kellys bird was the one originally sighted at 
ANBG.  Are there two birds or is the same one moving back and forth?  Perhaps 
over this weekend all observers could keep a close note of the times of 
observation of drongos at these localities?

-----Original message-----
From: Robin Hide 
Date: Fri, 08 Jan 2010 14:56:50 +1100
To: Nicolas Margraf 
Subject: Spangled Drongo, ANBG

> And again today (8 Jan 2010), at 3 pm,  in a Eucalypt over the Brittle 
> Gum Lawn - in sight (for us) for about 2 minutes, and then disappeared 
> across the road into the Rainforest Gully - and Nicolas was there to see 
> it again too!
>  drongo
> Robin Hide
> Nicolas Margraf wrote:
> >
> > Yesterday (31/12/09) around 15:30 in the ANBG there was a Spangled 
> > Drongo. The bird flew around in the trees of section 111 for 15 
> > minutes and then disappeared.
> >
> > Happy New Year.
> >
> > Nicolas Margraf
> >

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