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|Subject:||More returns and a me too|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Sep 2017 23:03:57 +0000|
This morning the first White-throated Gerygone for the season was calling in our garden, and the first Rufous Whistler was down by the Creek. Of the migrants expected in September I am now only lacking Shining Bronze-Cuckoo and White-naped Honeyeater.
It is possibly a comment on the warmer weather that I have added 6 species to this year's GBS chart in the last 6 days.
The me-too related to Red-capped Robin of which I have just had two, based on the 'telephone' call, in the GBS site. One was definitely a female, the other was only heard. They seemed to attract some defensive reactions from a pair of Scarlet Robins.
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