Spring migrants

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Subject: Spring migrants
From: Laurence Living <>
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2000 17:38:22 +1000
Hi Michael and other birders

Just an update on Spring migrants to Melbourne, in particular the
Dandenong Ranges

Olive-backed orioles, sacred kingfishers and fantailed cuckoos calling
in both the Ranges and in nearby Lysterfield National Park....last year
the kingfishers and orioles appeared to nest in this Park.

Rose robins in numbers as they move through the Dandenong ranges.

Both crescent [The Dandenong ranges] and yellow-faced
honeyeaters[Lysterfield NP]  in numbers and actively nesting.

Few lewin's honeyeaters and no rufous fantails yet.

Laurie Living

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