Pretty dry out there in the bush

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Subject: Pretty dry out there in the bush
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Wed, 8 May 2013 13:22:46 +1000
I have a similar experience at my house in Weston Creek with large mixed flocks moving through my native shrubs and trees and using the water bowls: many Striated Thornbills, Brown Thornbills, Weebills, Golden Whistler, a Grey Shrike-thrush (coming in regularly for the last month), Silvereyes, Spinebills, Fairy-wrens and Scrubwrens, and occasional Grey Fantail.  Also have a White-eared Honeyeater around, the first time in years, they were regular winter visitors here in the cooler months before the drought years.
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