Feeding Flocks

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Subject: Feeding Flocks
From: Terry Munro <>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2020 00:38:15 +0000
This morning while I was walking around the front of my place in Watson I saw 70 to 80 Welcome Swallows hawking for flying insects, a mixed flock of about 80 Striated & Spotted Pardalotes with some Silvereyes. Also there were about 12 Noisy Miners, 4 Wattlebirds, a small flock of Yellow Rumped Thornbills, a Grey Fantail & a couple of Grey Butcherbirds. The rain has livened things up around here.
Terry Munro
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