Mulligans Flat mff

Subject: Mulligans Flat mff
From: Bill & Raelene <>
Date: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 14:20:18 +1100
On Feb 10 I saw a large mixed feeding flock about 200m north of the Spillett St stile in Forde outside the electric fence. It was similar to Con's sighting with addition of 2 Specked Warblers, a Leaden Flycatcher, Brown Thornbill and Grey Shrike-thrush, no Buff-rumpeds. There were at least 4 White-throated Treecreepers zipping about. Of concern are 2 domestic cats that roam nearby. My daughter and another neighbour nearby have seen them. Forde is supposed to be cat enclosed. How long before the Speckled Warblers get eaten? What should i do?

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