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|Subject:||Bush Stone-curlews at Mulligan's|
|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Sat, 15 Apr 2017 02:48:53 +0000|
For those interested and those who want information about the Mulligan's Bush Stone-curlews, I saw two of them yesterday - one was A5 and the other didn't have a leg flag. I believe this may indicate that the bird has been bred at Mulligan's. Any other information would be appreciated.
Photos of the two birds are on Flickr ...
Other sightings of note there yesterday were: male red-capped robin, numerous white-naped honeyeaters (not found there very often), a male golden whistler and quite a few juvenile brown-headed honeyeaters. Plenty of scarlet robins to be found, as well as varied sittellas.
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