Scarlet robins, Mt Ainslie west

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Subject: Scarlet robins, Mt Ainslie west
From: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2017 03:49:10 +0000
Last Friday, the 7th, I encountered a lovely mixed feeding flock on the lower 
western slopes of Mt Ainslie, right on the higher edge of the Noisy miner 
desert that surrounds the suburbs (I was just above the old transfer station). 
The flock included a pair of Scarlet robins, as well as Striated and Spotted 
pardalotes, a White-throated treecreeper, Weebills, Buff-rumped, Yellow-rumped 
and Brown thornbills and Silvereyes. Overhead, Yellow-faced honeyeaters 
streamed northeast towards the saddle between Majura and Ainslie.
Steph H

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