|To:||"Hawkins, Brian" <>|
|From:||Harvey Perkins <>|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:49:34 +0000|
The Glebe Park triller has been singing lustily all this week so far - easily heard even from the Target rooftop parking. This morning when I went looking for it, I also heard a (presumed) female alternating calls, much less strident, with the male.
Also of interest to me, as something not really expected there, was a male Rufous Whistler. Made me wonder if the very dry conditions in the local woodlands are forcing some birds into more urban locations.
On Wed, 16 Oct 2019 1:54 pm Hawkins, Brian <> wrote:
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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