Campbell Park

To: COG list <>, Robin Eckermann <>
Subject: Campbell Park
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2014 14:55:32 +1000
Still many Flame Robins present - mostly at the northern end. Today, perhaps in response to a brisk southerly, they were amongst the trees rather than out in the open. When perched, they had a choice between facing the wind, coming from the south, or facing incoming sunlight from the north. They chose, in general, to flaunt their flamery (if male) and face the sun. Also, lesser numbers of Scarlet Robins. The same Jacky Winter as yesterday was there today. It has a band on its right leg. The colour-banded Yellow-rumped Thornbill present yesterday was not seen today. Robin Eckermann kindly pointed out two roosting Tawny Frogmouths soon after I arrived. Other than that, the usual woodland perps, including Brown-headed Honeyeaters, Varied Sittellas and Speckled Warblers, were lurking in their usual favourite woodland places in very roughly the usual numbers.

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