narrabundah hill yfhes

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Subject: narrabundah hill yfhes
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 10:31:56 +1000
Yesterday,  perfect day, we were bird watching along the fire trail on the 
north side of Narrabundah Hill.  In the hour that we were there we saw , 
possibly 1000 migrating honey eaters, flying fast, in a direction, slightly 
south of east, just above the trees but not stopping often

Also, the day before a friend saw 3 pairs of scarlet robins there

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