calllum brae and little ravens

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Subject: calllum brae and little ravens
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2012 09:38:55 +1000
Callum Brae is a big area.  We did not see any ducks on Saturday, but we did 
see a flock, at least 20  little ravens.  Their backs are really silvery as 
they fly away from you.  Also saw a pair of jacky winters and a pair of scarlet 
robins along the fence beside the the quarry.  Another bird watcher reported 
seeing a speckled warbler there. There were many red browed finches near the 
entrance off Mugga lane

On the previous Saturday we saw a fox loping along near the gully where there 
has been much nesting in past years.  Also we saw what looked like an active 
rabbit warren, close to where the kestrels nested last year.

Pleased that Margaret Leggoe is out and about again 
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