Miscellaneous, possibly interesting, obs

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Subject: Miscellaneous, possibly interesting, obs
From: Matthew Larkin via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2022 06:23:52 +0000
1. Female (or young?) Leaden Flycatcher still around in Aranda bush land on 11 
2. Female Flame Robin in Aranda bush land on 15 April.
3. Another addition to the cycling observations: 2 adult and two quite small 
Stubble Quail, while riding on the cycle path beside Lake BG, just below the 
Yarramundi Cultural Centre.

On the 11th in the Northwest corner of Aranda bush land, moderate numbers of 
Yellow-faced Honeyeaters moving east through the treetops (minimum count of 100 
in 15 minutes) around 10.30; on the 15th, despite apparently similar sunny 
conditions, very few birds moving.

Matthew Larkin

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