To: Martin <>, COG List <>
Subject: Triller
From: "Hawkins, Brian" <>
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 02:54:25 +0000
Does it seem to anyone else that there are a lot more WW Trillers in Canberra 
at the moment that in previous springs?  In the last day I have heard them at 
Mawson, Curtin and Yarralumla.


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I was very surprised to hear a White-winged Triller in full voice in Glebe Park 
this arvo.

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