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|Subject:||good news at Hume|
|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Sat, 30 Sep 2017 23:41:33 +0000|
Very surprisingly, given the number of new buildings which have gone up in the past year, White-fronted Chats have again bred there. This morning I found a group of four - 2 adults, 2 fledglings - in the horse paddocks at the end of Tralee St, with both adults feeding the youngsters.
Other species of note, on a brilliant morning wander, were diamond firetails, double-barred finches, a pallid cuckoo, a group of fairy martins over the large pond, three kestrels, including one giving warning calls, so probably nesting. 50 species in all.
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