white winged triller

To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: white winged triller
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 22:17:54 +1100
We were at Callum Brae, beside the gully that leads to the farmer's dam from 
5.30--7.00pm this evening. We saw

White winged triller on nest
10--15 dusky wood swallows diving us repeatedly--must have young
!0 grey fantails
4 diamond firetails (family?)
4 striated pardalotes
2 sittellas
2 black faced cuckoo shrikes
4 crested pigeons
8 red rumped parrots
4 eastern rosellas
6 crimson rosellas
4 magpies
4 superb fairy wrens

 In November last year, we saw grey butcher birds feeding young at Callum Brae, 
between Narrabundah Lane and the kestrel's nest.  Also there were very many 
nesting noisy miners.  Today we only saw 3.  So,where have they gone?

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