The Monkey is off my back

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Subject: The Monkey is off my back
From: Elizabeth Keen <>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2018 05:06:16 +0000
Lindsay I’m so glad to hear this. We used to see them a lot here at Harold’s Cross around the house and in the forest, but not for a couple of years, so it’s great to know they are still in the area. 


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On 8 Feb 2018, at 9:44 am, <> <m("","lindsay_rhonda");">> wrote:


I finally got rid of the monkey on my back.  After 15 years I finally saw a Spotted Quail-thrush.  Driving down from Tallaganda Forest towards Rossi yesterday afternoon, one trotted across the road in front of the car before taking to the air briefly and plunging into a patch of sedge on the roadside never to be seen again.  Both Rhonda and I got a good look including the white tips of the fanned tail in flight. No doubt I will now see them everywhere.





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