|To:||Nicki Taws <>|
|From:||Steve Read <>|
|Date:||Sun, 15 Mar 2020 00:58:40 +0000|
Interesting mix of migrants and other birds at the ANBG this morning. Three (possibly four) Rufous Fantail, two in the rainforest gully and one or two elsewhere. And, similar to this time in previous years, numbers of Grey Fantail and Golden Whistler, mostly at the very top of the gardens. I counted a conservative 15 Golden Whistler, all brown birds but many with rufous edges to their wing feathers, so young.
The rainforest gully and the native bush above it were both hit hard in the hailstorm so now have a very open canopy, although with lots of epicormic shoots in the eucalypts.
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