Birds at Woodford, Blue Mts.

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From: "George Oakes" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 20:49:52 +1000
We live at Woodford in the Blue Mountains, NSW. During the last few days we have had on our bird bath amongst other birds, a rose robin, eastern yellow robins, male golden whistler, satin bowerbirds, red wattle birds, New Holland honeyeaters and rainbow lorikeets. On our back lawn we have had eastern spinebills, red browed finches, crimson rosellas, king parrots, grey shrike thrushes and a Lewins honeyeater plus amongst others, white throated treecreepers in the trees and the black and white group of magpies, currawongs and magpie larks.
Today flocks of yellow faced honeyeaters together with others, were regularly flying over our house heading south.
Last night I saw a brush tailed possum with a baby clinging to its back crossing the lawn.
Truly, spring must be here.
George Oakes
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