Red Wattlebird migration

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Subject: Red Wattlebird migration
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Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2021 03:59:35 +0000


There seems to be two sets of Red Wattlebirds on Black Mountain ATM. The first set consists of family groups which contain begging young. The second set was much the larger and seemed to consist of a large but spread out feeding flock. This flock also contained numbers of Noisy Friarbrids. I assume the latter flock would move around as a flock seeking local food concentrations. They may also start migrating. I don't know.

kind regards


On 2/6/2021 2:42 PM, Ryu Callaway via Canberrabirds wrote:
Had a flock of 10 wattlebirds at Pine Island seemingly migrating. Seems earlier than usual.

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