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|From:||Sue Lashko <>|
|Date:||Wed, 7 Feb 2018 07:36:30 +0000|
Just back from a very productive 45 minutes at Bimbi Beach, Diddams Close, Lake Ginninderra. Christine D had already located the Black-eared Cuckoo when I arrived and by the time we left we had identified both bronze-cuckoos as well as a Fan-tailed. The elm leaves are being attacked by small caterpillars and the cuckoos were gorging themselves, so it would be reasonable to assume that the cuckoos might still be there in the morning.
Just to repeat the location - the elms between the dog park and the beach and the actual trees were between the 2 barbeques.
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