To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: womboin
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 09:07:52 +1100

Things have changed at the Birchman estate since we were there a week ago. The White-browed Woodswallows have flown, with those very young chicks that they were feeding and protecting last Saturday. A few were across the road at Lot 15 and 1 was seen feeding a juvenile . Dusky Woodswallows were still about, and we saw 1 nest with young birds. Also, the triller's nest, with a bird sitting last week, has young birds. Willie Wagtail feeding young in a nest. There was a young small cuckoo, following a triller about in a tree and shrubs, across the road from Lot 17--18.

Another couple of bird watchers were there, perhaps John and Cathie. If them, we wonder what they saw. Can't find an email address for them.

Interesting the way things change in a week


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