birding-aus Melbourne songlark

Subject: birding-aus Melbourne songlark
From: "David Geering"<>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 13:59:45 +1000
On a sunny day that is trying its best to suggest that spring has arrived -
still a little dodgy for me although the native Melbournians are ecstatic -
a few of us lunched in Fitzroy Gardens, East Melbourne.  Was somewhat
surprised to see a lone female Rufous Songlark on the lawn.

They are probably not all that uncommon in the Melbourne area but one in an
inner city location was a little unusual.  Maybe spring has sprung in the
deep, dark south after all.

David Geering

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