Mt Majura Woodland Surveys

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Subject: Mt Majura Woodland Surveys
From: John and Kathy <>
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2017 05:25:32 +0000

The Mt Majura spring surveys were conducted over two days 12-13 September, with relatively warm weather. It was nice to see a good range of species with many of the smaller birds showing at a number of sites. Of particular note were Speckled Warblers at a couple of sites. One pair had a nest that was being raided by a Currawong, and the Speckled Warblers were (quite rightly!) objecting very vocally! A number of Scarlet Robins were heard, Buff-rumped and Yellow-rumped Thornbills were busy, both a Golden and Rufous Whistler were heard, a Shining Bronze-cuckoo calling, a few Brown-headed and Yellow-faced Honeyeaters passing through and a single Noisy Friarbird were other highlights.


Kathy Walter and John Goldie

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