Kama today

Subject: Kama today
From: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 17:52:39 +1000
A single Diamond firetail, a few Golden whistlers, Red-browed finches, a Black-shouldered kite (caught and ate what was probably a mouse while we watched — you can just see the tail in the pic), lots of Grey fantails, Weebills and Striated pardalotes (including two of the latter doing an interesting wing-spreading display by a tree hollow), several rosellas of both kinds, a group of Red-rumped parrots, and a group of YF honeyeaters (30) and about 10 Red wattlebirds travelling north. Lots of Fleabane seeding liberally everywhere, though.
Steph and Matt

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