hawkesbury birds

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Subject: hawkesbury birds
From: "Keith Brandwood" <>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 10:13:44 +1000
Hi everyone, on our usual mid week trip around the Hawkesbury a few of the highlights, Bazza, Red-capped Robin a rareity around these parts, Rose Robin, 5 Freckled Duck are at Wilberforce after there being only one there for some weeks,Stubble Quail. There was a few Yellow faced HE migrating through Castlereagh, lots of Spotted Pards but didnt seem to be migrating,  last week watched a pair nest building in Scheyville. There seems to be a mass hatching of small hairy brown catterpillars in the Hawkesbury over the past two weeks every other bird you see in the bush seems to have one in its mouth, any one else seeing them.
The beautiful Hawkesbury 60km N/W Sydney.
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