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|Subject:||Stony Creek reserve|
|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Mon, 13 May 2019 03:46:39 +0000|
For the benefit of those not using eBird...
I was at Stony Creek Reserve late morning today, and apart from two Yellow-tufted Honeyeaters, saw a juvenile sea-eagle, and a young wedge-tailed eagle (very gold on back and top of wings). The honeyeaters (which strangely were the only honeyeaters apart from lots of spinebills) were in a casuarina with a branch stretching over the track, a few hundred metres past the East Uriarra reserve. One of the resident pied butcherbirds posed nicely for the person I was with.
And incidentally, still at least one musk Lorikeet hanging around near Wanniassa Hills Primary lower carpark . it has just flown past my window, calling as it flew
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