Rose Robins and others - Mt Ainslie

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Subject: Rose Robins and others - Mt Ainslie
From: Steve Holliday <>
Date: Sat, 5 Sep 2015 08:37:46 +0000

At least 12 Rose Robins along a 200 metre stretch of the western slopes of Mt Ainslie yesterday afternoon, have never seen so many in one place. Also in the area at least 6 Golden Whistlers and 10+ Grey Fantails, perhaps all part of the same migrating group. At least 3 of the fantails were decidedly darker than others, perhaps the Tasmanian race albiscapa.


Painted Button-quail platelets were also seen but no quail.



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