Rose Robin

To: Ken Black <>, "" <>
Subject: Rose Robin
From: Peter S Cranston <>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2018 04:48:00 +0000

Now there are 3 (definitely) or 4 (likely) male rose robins in the ANBG. Rather appropriately they were in the Tasmanian dry forest / woodland beds (#230, #171), fly catching, chasing and calling (short call only).  For 30 mins (2-2.30) they flitted around a large fallen Euk that is blocking the circular pathway. A solitary silvereye in the same place appears also to be a tasmanian.

Thanks to Ken

pete cranston

From: Ken Black <>
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2018 6:14:00 PM
Subject: [canberrabirds] Rose Robin
One male seen just now at ANBG, near Jindii Massage Centre.

Ken Black

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