triller - and lots of red-browd finches, and brown snake

To: "Maconachie, Michael" <>
Subject: triller - and lots of red-browd finches, and brown snake
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2012 18:31:32 +1000
this afternoon at the wetlands - about 50 red-browed finches, one of the largest groups I've ever seen.  And I'd be wary of sitting on the seat at the end of the (newish) cycleway bridge. a good-sized brown snake (about 5 ft) was exploring the various holes in the little stone wall behind seat - I watched it for about 10 minutes until it disappeared into a hole when a cyclist passed by - didn't come out again while I was there
sandra h

On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 3:45 PM, Maconachie, Michael <> wrote:
Single male white-winged triller at Jerra Wetlands.

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