It appears they are back ..................... !!

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Subject: It appears they are back ..................... !!
From: Mark Clayton via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:12:38 +0000
Morning all,

It appears that Canberra's most favourite spring - summer bird has
returned to the local area. This morning on the "Canberra Birders - Rare
and Unusual Sightings" is a recording of a Pacific (Eastern ) Koel from
Narrabundah on the 26th of September. The bird appears to be suffering a
bad dose of laryngitis but is still easily recognisable as a koel.


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