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|Subject:||The Plain this morning|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Jun 2013 16:44:26 +1000|
Julienne and I wandered out into the Hoskinstown Plain to check the Swamp that has been so productive recently. Alas it is as dry as, so no waterbirds.
Our highlights were:
On the way home I again encountered the flock of ~30 Double-barred Finches reported last Saturday. This time they were in the company of an equal number of House Sparrows and European Goldfinches.
On a separate note a friend has asked if anyone knows a vendor of ready-made nest boxes? My friend is after about a dozen, in a range of sizes to go from pardalotes to Kookaburras. He doesn't have the time to make them up from scratch but could be interested in kits which just require a modest amount of assembly. Does anyone have a source of such items?
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