Weston Creek

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Subject: Weston Creek
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Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2012 14:53:14 +1000
During a recent walk along a path in Fisher which follows the former bed of the upper reaches of Weston Creek, I encountered a pair of Scarlet Robins, doing their well-known routine of perching at about 2 m. and pouncing onto the mown grass to pick up insects. Further down the path near the Streeton & Hindmarsh intersection was a large flock of Silvereyes. They were foraging only in cotoneaster bushes, extremely active and difficult to count. My estimate 25 to 50 birds.
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