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|Subject:||Black Mountain south-west slopes yesterday|
|From:||Nathanael Coyne <>|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Aug 2015 01:16:48 +0000|
Frosty morning, zero degrees when I headed out. Was playing with my new wide angle so no bird pics but did see over half a dozen white-eared honeyeaters, a rather noisey white-plumed honeyeaters, a flight of 3 YTBCs flying overhead without landing and a lone male Gang-gang over Parkes Way.
I'm not too good with the smaller birds yet but several species of Thornbill and at least 3 Scarlet Robins.
Absent were Magpie-larks, Australian Magpies and Noisy Miners.
Nathanael Coyne (Boehm)
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