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|From:||Evan Beaver <>|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Jan 2014 20:08:54 +1100|
Had a little wander around Tidbinbilla today showing my mate the Birding Way and exercising a Toddler.
Good views of the Kestrel and some younguns. White-Naped Honeyeater were all through the eucalypts, a bird I haven't seen for years and was glad to be reacquainted with. BF Cuckoo Shrike were common, both pardalotes and Grey Shrike Thrush. Heard gang-gangs and Yellow Tailed black cockatoos, and a whistler and a treecreeper but I'm out of practice. Probable Shining Bronze Cuckoo because I'll admit I didn't check for the green cap.
A good day for a walk and a decent array of bush birds.
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