Rose Robin and Currawongs

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Subject: Rose Robin and Currawongs
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2011 18:22:32 +1000
While taking a guided walk in ANBG this afternoon, a Rose Robin in the Acacia beds along the asphalt path above the Rock Garden lawn - very nice views of the bird flitting in the sheltered lower parts of shrubs.
This morning in my Weston garden a huge flock of Pied Currawongs, in the order of 30 birds, flew in calling loudly for some time, then moved on.  Even the territorial Red Wattlebirds took cover!!
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