Western gerygone - Callum Brae

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Subject: Western gerygone - Callum Brae
From: Margaret Leggoe <>
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 00:03:44 +0000

Heard and sighted (only with naked eye) in the Western section of Callum Brae this morning.

Though I didn’t have my bird photography gear with me, it perched in a small tree in front of me and was the size, shape and colour of a gerygone with near-white underparts.  The call was similar to, but not that of a white-throated gerygone.

Also an olive backed oriole  moving around that area calling.  Didn’t appear to stop in any one place for any length of time.

Margaret Leggoe

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