|From:||Luke Downey via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Wed, 19 May 2021 06:55:19 +0000|
Saw a Spangled Drongo in Stirling this morning. It flew off and I have been unable to write a report until now. All black, medium-large sized bird with long forked tail. Please see my ebird list for more detail. I also included a map of where I saw the bird. It appeared to be associating with a migrating flock of Honeyeaters, and flew off with them.
Kind regards, Luke.
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