Namadgi Visitor Centre

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Subject: Namadgi Visitor Centre
From: Lindell <>
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2012 21:58:57 +1000
This morning came across one male Satin Bowerbird and at least a dozen 'green' SBbirds in the trees on the SW side of the reserve. I had not seen them in such numbers there before.  Saw a Jacky Winter and heard another calling, then back at the car park were 3 more. 
A flock of at least 50 Thornbills were moving very quickly from tree to tree. (couldn't get an id on them as to which ones they were)
A Black-shouldered Kite was hovering near the gate as we left.
At Tharwa Sandwash were White-eared and White-plumed Honeyeaters and a pair of Grey Shrike-thrush chasing one and other.

There was a Brown Falcon on one of the small pine trees near the car park on the north side of Scrivener Dam. 

Griffith ACT

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