Visit to Sneaky Hills and Binbee via Bowen Qld.

To: jon wren <>, "" <>
Subject: Visit to Sneaky Hills and Binbee via Bowen Qld.
From: Atriplex <>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 11:28:27 +0930
> Highlights
> Watching two Striated Pardalotes race melanocephalus at a distance of 5m
> checking out possible nest sites in a creek bank. Magic when you even pick
> up the small red wingspot.

Hi Jon.
Glad to hear you're still looking after your Mum :-)
I had a similar thrill when got to see the red spot on a S. pardalote's
wing. "My" bird was sitting in the edge of a shallow pool on a hot day
and appeared to be semi-comatose until I went close to check it's health
- then it flew away OK.
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