spring arrivals

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Subject: spring arrivals
From: Con <>
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2020 01:35:57 +0000
In relation to Black Mountain Nature Reserve:

Pallid and Fan-tailed Cuckoos have moved through.

Western Gerygone, presumably passage migrants, made a very rare
appearance in the Reserve.

Olive-backed Oriole, Noisy Friarbird and Rufous Whistler are adding
their various measures of music and noise.

And, by today, the Sacred Kingfishers have moved in.regards


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