Rose Robin

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Subject: Rose Robin
From: Elizabeth Keen <>
Date: Mon, 7 May 2018 00:47:23 +0000
Just have to share this delight from Harold’s Cross. Some years ago I thought I 
glimpsed a Rose Robin in our Japanese maple but dismissed the  idea as wishful 
thinking. But there he is this morning! An adult male, first foraging in the 
same maple then perched, tail flicking, pink and grey colours glowing and 
unmistakeable, in the adjacent ribbon gum. Libby

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