Geelong Birds

Subject: Geelong Birds
Date: Sun, 06 Apr 2003 18:17:00 +1000
Hi Russell

You wrote:
> Song Thrush.... 
My first of the year was next door - seen after our fence
was demolished!
> Rufous Fantail  -ANOTHER fantail...
I'd predicted that - but only to myself !  There has been a
steady flow of migrants/seasonal movers around here with
Flame Robins, Boobooks, a Pipit, a Pink Robin... but I
guessed the dominant easterly component in the winds over
the last week could well send some your way.   

Michael Norris

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