Rufous Fantail in Wamboin

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Subject: Rufous Fantail in Wamboin
From: Kathy Cook <>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2020 04:34:09 +0000
A Rufous Fantail flitted briefly and silently through our garden at
Wamboin at lunchtime today, accompanied by the more usual suspects
(Superb Fairy-wrens, Grey Fantails, Yellow-rumped, Brown and Striated
Thornbills, WB Scrubwrens, Willie-Wagtail, Eastern Spinebills,
Brown-headed Honeyeaters and a Golden Whistler). Occasionally seen in
our garden during migration.


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