Yellow Thornbills in the garden

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Subject: Yellow Thornbills in the garden
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2018 06:19:08 +0000
Hasn’t happened before, but this Summer I’ve had Yellow Thornbills in my back 
garden here in Florey twice now — one bird in late November and a group of five 
yesterday, plus another one I spotted in my sister-in-law’s garden in Giralang, 
also in late November. Presumably this is part of a previously unseen (by me) 
dispersal that happens every year?

John Brannan
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