Mt Ainslie winter survey

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Subject: Mt Ainslie winter survey
From: Michael Lenz via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 07:20:15 +0000

The winter survey of the 9 sites on the lower eastern slopes of Mt Ainslie was carried out by Michael Lenz on 21 June, a sunny and calm morning (after severe frost overnight). Most sites were very weedy. Overall, bird activity was low. There was one larger MFF at one site with 10 species, including 2 Speckled Warblers. Apart from Noisy Miners, only one other Honeyeater species, a White-naped Honeyeater, was promptly escorted out buy Noisy Miners. The most widespread species at sites were: Spotted Pardalote (7 sites), Crimson Rosella (6) and Noisy Miner (6), although the Weebill was the most frequently noted along the complete walk. At sites 20 species were recorded, with an additional 8 between sites.

Michael Lenz

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