|Subject:||interesting addition to migrating flocks|
|From:||calyptorhynchus via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Mar 2022 05:21:13 +0000|
At Jerrabomberra this afternoon there were many birds streaming through: mostly Silvereyes (including many lateralis) and Yellow-faced Honeyeaters. There were also many Grey Fantails, Brown Thornbills, Striated Pardalotes and White-plumed Honeyeaters and it was difficult to know if these were taking part in the migration or merely getting excited by the other birds moving through.
An unusual addition to the above spp was a juvenile Western Gerygone. (This was on the western side of Jerrabomberra Creek).
Also seen were a juvenile Koel and an immature Olive-backed Oriole
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