TIdbinbilla this morning

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Subject: TIdbinbilla this morning
From: Steve Read <>
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2018 05:05:19 +0000

Spring is in the air, as we have all recognised by now. At Tidbinbilla this morning, behind the Visitors Centre and in the woodland across towards Birrigai, Grey Fantails were everywhere. Rufous Whistler were calling, as was a single White-throated Gerygone; Dusky Woodswallows were feeding in the air, and small bands of Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike, Yellow-faced Honeyeater and White-naped Honeyeater flew over. The honeyeaters were heading south-west to the ranges.


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