|Subject:||Out of area: Red-capped Robin|
|From:||Stuart Harris <>|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Sep 2017 00:00:31 +0000|
Sorry for late post, have been running around like a blue-ass fly the past week! In relation to Red-capped Robins, I had one male in my front yard in Belconnen (old Emu Ridge area) last Wednesday.
I was upstairs, on the phone, starting out whilst chatting with a journo when I saw the characteristic perch-forage-perch behaviour of this bird. This continued for approx 50 mins and I was lucky to get some decent shots once i finished my call.
Here is a link to a photograph I posted on Facebook:
Been so long since i posted (a pic) here I'm not sure of the chat line protocols. Apols if this is inappropriate?
On Sat, Sep 16, 2017 at 5:11 PM, con <> wrote:
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