rufous songlark

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Subject: rufous songlark
From: jude hopwood <>
Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2012 05:04:54 +1000
A single rufous songlark observed in grassland near TSR at Currawang 8am, Thursday 3.8.  2kms further up the road a minute later, 3 cavorting in a paddock. No song heard and they weren't pleased by my closer looking but held their ground until the farmer approached on his bike with a mob of sheep and they all flew off.  At first glance, I took them to be pipits, as it is where they can be usually seen from Spring on.  Pipits seen, but these in addition.  Thanks, Geoffrey, for the heads up!
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