Sundry observations

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Subject: Sundry observations
From: Matthew Larkin <>
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2020 12:34:52 +0000
>From the last few days while exercising!
Aranda Bushland last Monday afternoon:
Many, many more Red Wattlebirds than there have been over the past couple of months. Not going anywhere in particular, but often seemed to be in small groups (2 -5).
Around 10 Yellow-faced Honeyeaters, which have not been around much at all this summer/autumn.
A single Leaden Flycatcher still about (female or immature)

Uriarra East this afternoon:
Pied Butcherbird
Some migrants still about: White-throated Gerygone, olive-backed Oriole, Two Dusky Woodswallows, two Leaden Flycatchers (both female/immature)
Four Wedgetails, two of which spent a lot of time flying quite close to each other, also perched in the same tree for a few minutes on a couple of occasions; quite a lot of vocalisation.

Matthew Larkin

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