Frogmouths, Dollarbirds etc @ Tharwa Sandwash

To: "'Rick Kuhn'" <>
Subject: Frogmouths, Dollarbirds etc @ Tharwa Sandwash
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 22:47:39 +1100
"At least three Lewin's Honeyeaters" would be an unusual record. Tharwa Sandwash is an odd habitat for this forest species. There are small number of other ACT records of Lewin's Honeyeaters but the only one I have encountered in my 30 years here, was the one caught by the banding group at ANBG in I think October 1992. 
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Subject: [canberrabirds] Frogmouths, Dollarbirds etc @ Tharwa Sandwash

A pair of Tawny Frogmouths roosting all morning and into the afternoon near the carpark at Tharwa Sandwash, initially spotted by Mary Gorman. Also at least eight Dollarbirds hanging out near each other, Rainbow Bee-eaters and at least three Lewins Honeyeaters.
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