Eastern Spinebill and Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike

To: "Merrilyn Serong" <>
Subject: Eastern Spinebill and Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
From: "Nigel Sterpin" <>
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 10:50:33 +1100
Dear Merrilyn,
I have been living in Burwood now for 2 years and am still waiting for my
first Eastern Spinebill. Highlights have been being woken up at 7.30am this
morning by the loud song of the Grey must have been right
outside my window. About 4-6 months back we had regular visits from a Grey
Currawong (mainly because the first time I saw it I knew if I gave it mince
meat it would probably come back!!!). About six months of the year we get
Brown Thornbills, which love the dense cover of the Melaleucas and on the
same trees, about 18 months back, we had Spotted Pardalotes.
Regards, Nigel

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