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Subject: Trillers
From: "Julian Robinson" <>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 19:11:44 +1100

There were three pairs (or looked like pairs, one might have been children though they seemed mature) of White-winged Trillers in lower Callum Brae yesterday. One pair was building a nest, and another were chasing each other in what could still be courtship business.



Jack said in last Gang-gang “…Rufous Songlark and White-winged Triller. As noted previously

the last two were present in surprising numbers this year, particularly the former, given the reasonable conditions

inland, but the last reports of them were on 8 January and 24 December, respectively. Both species are

much quieter and harder to identify post breeding and may have left early, and by the time this issue of Ganggang

reaches you in early February any records of these species will be very significant.”





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