birds near the southern ACT border

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Subject: birds near the southern ACT border
From: "Wayne Gregson" <>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 13:19:04 +1000
While competing in a rogaine last Saturday near the southern borders of the ACT a few birds were seen or heard.
Most notably a White Winged Triller was calling – my first locally this spring.  Unusually late I thought, a Lyrebird was heard in one of the wetter gullies. 
Plenty of Yellow Faced Honeyeaters were calling as well as White Eared.
Several Wedgies were flying very high, one being harassed by a Brown Goshawk and a Boobook was heard calling shortly after dark.
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