Captains flat

Subject: Captains flat
From: Julian Teh <>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2012 19:16:47 +1000
Just came back form staying with a friend at Captains Flat.
Lots and lots of yellow faced honeyeaters passing over his property, (and also 
there have been a large number passing over higgins in the last two days as 
a few white throated tree creepers, and lots of calls from what I'm pretty sure 
were golden whistlers.
Highlight was seeing a trio of brown thornbills roosting about a metre from the 
ground when we were walking after dark.
On the way back around midday today, I saw 3 black shouldered kites and a brown 
falcon. That seems a lot of B-SKs for a small stretch of road, it must be a 
good mouse year.
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