|Subject:||AOI: Currawang Diamond Firetails and Red-browed finches|
|From:||jude hopwood <>|
|Date:||Mon, 3 Mar 2014 06:00:29 +1100|
Sunday morning 8am -ish. Our resident band of 6 DFT clearly has at least two juveniles with them. I'd love to think they nested here on our block. They preceded us on our morning walk by fence hopping ahead of us for at least 100m.
Red-browed finches still playing and calling in front yard and park, sitting on power lines and squeaking as well. Usually early morning, late afternoon occasionally.
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