Re: Rufous Songlarks and White-winged Trillers

To: "Carol Probets" <>, <>
Subject: Re: Rufous Songlarks and White-winged Trillers
From: "EDWIN VELLA" <>
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 19:39:44 +1100
Carol and everyone else on Birding Aus

I like to comment that the last 2 years in the Hawkesbury have been pretty
poor for both species of Songlark. They are usually fairly regular to this
part of Sydney. Now I know what has happenned to them.

In contrast, more than the usual White-winged Trillers have been seen in
western Sydney (with several pairs nesting in close proximity to each

-----Original Message-----
From: Carol Probets <>
To:  <>
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 12:19
Subject: Rufous Songlarks

>There seem to be much higher than usual numbers of Rufous Songlarks this
>summer in the Kanimbla Valley, just west of the Blue Mountains, NSW -
>more than I ever remember seeing there in previous years.
>Is this a particularly good year for them elsewhere?
>Carol Probets
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