Spangled Drongo

Subject: Spangled Drongo
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Wed, 3 May 2023 22:41:46 +0000

They do unexpected things at other times too. The only two I've seen in the ACT were in January (2007, along the river near Oaks Estate) and August (2012, Duffy/Narrabundah Hill).

On 3/05/2023 7:48 pm, Martin Butterfield via Canberrabirds wrote:
Judging by when they turn up in East Gippsland they spread out in odd directions as post breeding dispersal.  Most of the records here are in May.

On Wed, 3 May 2023 at 19:03, shorty via Canberrabirds <> wrote:
For those that don't use eBird there is one at the Botanic Gardens, first reported yesterday and lucky for me the Gardens were opened with conditions improving when I stopped in after work. Section 334 was the most reported spot today and where I saw it.

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