Rose Robin in Mulligans Flat

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Subject: Rose Robin in Mulligans Flat
From: Duncan McCaskill <>
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2012 16:04:21 +1000
I came across a male Rose Robin in Mulligans Flat this afternoon. It was in, or maybe just nearby, a mixed feeding flock which also included a Scarlet Robin,  Sittellas, Buff-rumped, Striated and Yellow-rumped Thornbills and lots of Grey Fantails.

It was outside the sanctuary fence, to the south west of Snake Gate - approximate lat/log: -35.179188°, 149.151026°. (You can copy and paste coordinates like this into the search box of Google Maps to see where it is.)

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