Red Wattlebird and Grey Fantail

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Subject: Red Wattlebird and Grey Fantail
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2019 09:09:33 +0000
Around 20 Red Wattlebirds in a single flock moving north through Kelly's
this morning. Very many Grey Fantail about.  Also very many Welcome
Swallows hawking low over the short grass around the car park.
Occasional Yellow-faced about but not really moving. Two Sacred
Kingfisher. Yellow-tailed Black tearing the wattles apart. The
Black-shouldered Kites were harrassing Australian Magpie and Australian



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