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|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Aug 2017 12:54:28 +0000|
A very pleasant wander around Mulligan's today was highlighted by the unusual sighting of four Flame Robins together - 2 male and 2 female. They were feeding and chasing one another and allowed me to watch them for about 20 minutes (until I left ... they were still being very active!)
I didn't get too close, so photos aren't great but it was still pretty special.
Mr Red-capped Robin was also happy to pose for the camera today.
Photos on Flickr for anyone interested. I didn't see any Bush Stone-curlews today.
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