|To:||Martin Butterfield <>, Nicki Taws <>|
|From:||Ken Bissett <>|
|Date:||Sat, 11 Apr 2015 12:17:32 +1000|
Plenty moving at Callum Brae, seemed like every second tree erupted with yfhe. We counted 10 groups on the way up the hill, at least 150 birds in total.
Scarlet robins also active, saw 6 along the quarry fence line, heard another 2 that we couldn't spot.
And a fox eyeing off the coots on one of the dams!
Sent: 11/04/2015 9:25
To: m("bigpond.com","ntaws");">Nicki Taws
Cc: m("canberrabirds.org.au","canberrabirds");">Cog line
Subject: Re: [canberrabirds] Honeyeaters go
On our dog walk there were constant groups of 5-10 YFHE passing over for about an hour. The last flock was 51 birds - very large for this route.
On 11 April 2015 at 08:50, Nicki Taws <> wrote:
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