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|Subject:||Mulligan's Bush Stone-curlews|
|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Sat, 1 Jul 2017 09:03:23 +0000|
A walk at Mulligan's yesterday again produced some good views of 5 Bush Stone-curlews in the same area where I've been seeing them for a number of weeks.
The interesting thing was that when I looked at the photos carefully I discovered that it was in fact a different group of birds.
The group consisted of A5 & A9 (birds I saw on June 12 in a different location), as well as A1, C9 and a bird with no flag (presumably one that has been bred there).
Some photos on Flickr for anyone interested ...
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