Treecreepers and others

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Subject: Treecreepers and others
From: "jill dark" <>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 14:21:26 +1000
A beautiful sparkling morning after overnight rain at Hazelbrook in the Blue
Mountains.  A pair of Red-browed Treecreepers were busy in a Scribbly Gum.
In the same tree a small flock of Varied Sittellas hopped round with them.
A  Crested Shrike-tit rolled over in the wet leaves, while a White-throated
Treecreeper worked the trunk of a Stringybark.  White-naped Honeyeaters flew
over, with a few stopping in the Scribbly, Brown-headed Honeyeaters were
there too.  Spotted pardalotes, Fan-tailed Cuckoo and a Golden Whistler
called, while a Wonga Pigeon wandered across the drive.  Red-browed Finches
and Variegated Fairy-wrens hopped around and a Brown Thornbill scolded
vigorously from the bushes.

A great morning, with a total of 24 species in the garden before 10 o'clock.

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