Mt. Wilson & Blackheath early May 2003

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Subject: Mt. Wilson & Blackheath early May 2003
From: "Irene" <>
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 09:05:33 +1000
Visited Mt. Wilson for the autumn riot of colours early May and surprisingly 
found in manicured gardens Crested Shrike-tit
and Yellow-throated Scrubwren.

I was very pleased with myself as we were walking back to our cottage after 
dinner, 9.30pm, and I saw a funny shaped branch
in the moonlight, which turned out to be a Tawny Frogmouth.  It co-operated 
very nicely as the 4 of us looked at it through
binoculars in the torchlight (yes I took my binoculars to dinner at the pub - 
and it proved worthwhile !!).
Cheers and Happy Times with Nature

Irene Denton
Concord West, 12 km from Sydney city, NSW Australia
S 33°50.278'  E 151°05.406'

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