Mt Jerrabomberra

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Subject: Mt Jerrabomberra
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2018 00:25:54 +0000
walked up Mt Jerrabomberra this morning. Was pleased to find a pair of Tawny Frogmouths not far off the main path, and only metres away, in what appeared to be a large-ish mixed flock, a single Rufous Fantail. The frogmouths and the mixed flock were all on the left (as you walk up) between the large water tank and the left hand bend not much further up the track.  The mixed flock also included Buff-rumped Thornbills, Grey Fantails, Yellow-rumped Thornbills, Striated Thornbills and a Sacred Kingfisher. (For those who've not been there, the track is a wide, well maintained dirt road, not very steep, and a very pleasant walk).

Sandra H
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