Red-browed Treecreeper dislocated by the Namadgi Fire?

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Subject: Red-browed Treecreeper dislocated by the Namadgi Fire?
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2020 02:21:19 +0000
On 12 March I took photos of what I thought were White-throated

At the time I was more interested in seeing whether I could
observe/record any behaviours that related to the burned landscape.

On inspecting the images subsequently, one of the birds turned out to be
a Red-browed Treecreeper.

The location was Billy Billy Creek on the Corin Road.



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