Flame Robins arrive

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Subject: Flame Robins arrive
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 19:14:55 +1000
Yesterday I had smashing views of 3 male flame robins - and met
up with another local birder whose records suggest this (not the
Spiny-cheeked HE mentioned in my recent posting) is the least
variable in terms of arrivals amongst our local autumn

Only one Grey Shrike-thrush so far.  Assuming that the
predictions of 50% of species disappearing in the next 100 years
this would be one of those to go in my area.

Michael Norris
City of Bayside, Vic.

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