Re: July Gang-gang newsletter now available

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Subject: Re: July Gang-gang newsletter now available
From: Daryl King <>
Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:08:45 +1000
This prompts me to mention that yesterday (30 June) I saw a single Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike at -35.211360, 149.034178; a stretch of Gininderra Creek where they are common at other times of year.  On 28 June, along the same stretch of creek, I saw a female Wood Duck arrive at a nest spout in the top of a broken poplar trunk - nestlings called briefly on her arrival.

On 1/07/2014 8:42 AM, Canberra Ornithologists Group Inc. wrote:

Don't forget to visit the photographic exhibition on this week at the Legislative Assembly building in Civic. Vote for your favourite photo and you'll be in the running for a cash prize!

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