Subject: Hooded Robin [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]
Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 11:21:32 +1000

Pleasant shock closing the gate yday afternoon looked up and on the closest star picket a male Hooded Robin!

Common during the 90s and 00s this is the first one here for 3 or so years – since the droughts broke. I noticed one reported at a recent Landcare outing nearby, well the other side of the Yass River, Dicks Ck sort of way I think, so I might have to find out the situation there. I have suspicions that my place/this area may be a drought refuge for them.

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