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|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 19 Apr 2010 08:24:55 +1000|
Yellow-faced Honeyeaters were moving through Whiskers Creek most of yesterday afternoon. They were in the normal (for here) small flocks of 5 - 12. |
This morning there were many (20+) Striated Pardalotes calling from teh stringybarks just outside my GBS site. As they had gone - or at least become silent (silent pardalote - an entry for oxymoron of the year?) 30 minutes later I presume they had moved somewhere.
When we first moved here in 2007 it was common to have a flock of 9 - 12 White-winged Choughs on various parts of the property. The size of the flock gradually reduced so that for the first half of 2009 it was down to 3 birds. From then on I hadn't seen any choughs on the place, although they are still common in the area generally. In the last week a flock of 15 has re-appeared in the Upper Paddock.
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