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|Date:||Sat, 28 Dec 2019 22:45:35 +0000|
After weeks of seeing very few small birds in my garden, this morning a delightful mixed flock visited for 20+ minutes. I had just moved the sprinkler, and many of the birds enjoyed a shower, or a bath in the leaves of a tree which was still dripping but no longer under the sprinkler.
There were at least 40 birds, including a Grey Fantail, Striated, Yellow-rumped and Brown Thornbills, Weebills, Silvereyes and Striated and Spotted Pardalotes. There were a number of very young birds in the group too.
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