|From:||jude hopwood <>|
|Date:||Wed, 8 May 2013 20:03:50 +1000|
Re: Alex Mc Lachlan's post of 6.5.
In the region of the peak of the Cullundean Range behind Rose Lagoon on 3 separate occasions in the last 8 days at least two distinctly different male Hooded Robins flew across the road in front of my car. No road kill to report.
Large flocks - for me - of 15-20 Red-Browed Finches at Komungla, 12 kms South-East of Goulburn several occasions in last two weeks.
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