|From:||Janet Russell <>|
|Date:||Sat, 15 Apr 2017 05:27:23 +0000|
We are in a 9th floor apartment and we see a few strays from the migration linger a while in the Eucalyptus bicostata trees outside our building. They seem to fly off in all directions from here mainly south-west. Earlier this week a bird landed on the balcony in front of the balustrade about 30 cm from me. He got into a bit of a flap then calmed down and flew up and away.
This is the third week we have seen them.
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