Callum Brae winter woodland survey

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Subject: Callum Brae winter woodland survey
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2013 13:32:19 +1000
A clear, cold morning with a chilly breeze for the survey. Highlights for the morning were a Mistletoebird, at least 12 Scarlet Robins, two groups of Speckled Warblers with seven birds in total, one site where the only sighting was a pair of Wedgetailed eagles circling above, and lengthy sightings of a fox which looked very healthy but didn't seem too concerned by my approach.  Despite detouring to areas I've seen them in the past, not a single Flame Robin put in an appearance. There were around 20 Wood Ducks in the reserve - they've been hard to find there over the past few months. A number of Grey Butcherbirds were around - I heard them at most survey sites. Weebills were very abundant, as were Yellow-rumped and Buff-rumped thornbills. 35 species for the morning.
Sandra Henderson
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