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Subject: Tidbinbilla
From: Sue Lashko <>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2011 20:02:42 +1000
This morning on the Gibraltar Rocks Trail during the lyrebird survey we had 7 spp of honeyeaters, including one Yellow-tufted, as well as Crescent, Brown-headed, Yellow-faced, White-eared, New Holland and spinebill, no doubt attracted by the flowering Banksias.  Scarlet Robins were plentiful and confiding, and we saw a family group of 3 Hooded Robins.  And, two very vocal lyrebirds.
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