Callum Brae spring survey

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Subject: Callum Brae spring survey
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2013 08:36:32 +1000
Survey was undertaken in sunny cool conditions, with wind starting to pick up for later sites. A total of 42 species seen.  There are several White-winged Chough nests within the reserve, with birds observed both on the nest and carrying food. Kestrels were actively chasing magpies from possible nest site (no time to check this out more thoroughly). Australian Ravens were on a nest above one survey site. Despite good flowering in many of the eucalypts, few honeyeaters sighted. A large mixed group near "nursery corner" contained some very confiding White-throated Gerygones as well as Speckled Warblers, Grey Fantails, Buff-rumped Thornbills and Yellow-rumped Thornbills.
sandra h
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