FW: drongos in sydney?

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Subject: FW: drongos in sydney?
From: "Vella, Edwin" <>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 97 08:08:00 PDT

Spangled Drongo's are regular but uncommon birds to Sydney between April   
and October each year. They are regularly seen each year at some places   
such as Centennial Park (near the centre of Sydney), Captain cook Landing   
Spot at Botany Bay NP and at Nurragingy Reserve at Doonside (Sydney's   
west.They are however presumed resident and more common from Port   
Stephen's (about 200 km north of Sydney) northwards.

Edwin Vella
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Sent:  Tuesday, 19 August 1997 7:12
To:  birding-aus
Subject:  drongos in sydney?

I saw a Drongo the other day near my house in Coogee. it's the first one
i've seen around sydeny, how commonly are they spotted?
just wondering,
katie bertsche

Katie Bertsche .........If you're too busy to go birding, you're too   
Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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