Capertee Autumn

Subject: Capertee Autumn
From: Timothy Hyde <>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 19:05:10 -0800
How  green is my valley?

Several big dumps of  rain have certainly hit the Capertee Valley recently
and now with a change of temperature it's like a new chapter has been reached.

We have not managed to get out there as often as we would have liked so far this year
but two recent overnighters have proved very interesting.

A single Regent HE was spotted last week, but today a feast of nice birds.
Speckled Warblers, Grey Cowned Babblers, Black Chinned & Brown Headed HE's.
Little Lorrikeets, Gang Gangs amongst many others.

It could be an intersting winter

Timothy Hyde (posting from the always intersting, always different Capertee Valley NSW)

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