Re: birding-aus golden bronze cuckoo

To: "KEITH BRANDWOOD" <>, "bird oz" <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus golden bronze cuckoo
From: "EDWIN VELLA" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 18:01:29 +1000
Like Keith, I have heard many Golden Bronze-cuckoo's over winter around
Sydney, the Blue Mountains and central coast over the past years. Infact,
one was calling last Sunday at Mitchell Park at Cattai quite well. A few
Horsfield's Bronze-cuckoos also overwinter (including one or two this year
at Magic Pt, Maroubra). Other birds that are more common in summer and
overwinter in small to fair numbers around Sydney include Dusky
Woodswallows, Restless Flycatcher, Sacred Kingishers (in mangroves),
Clamorous Reed Warblers, Olive-backed Orioles and Scarlet Honeyeaters
(particularly if there is good flowering about).


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