White-winged Trillers.

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Subject: White-winged Trillers.
From: "Val Ford" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 08:11:25 +1000
Hi all
The discussion about White-winged Trillers being seen in larger numbers than
usual at various locations has once again got me thinking about the huge
numbers I saw recently.

Whilst birding in south west Qld and north west NSW, apart from the
woodswallows, trillers were probably the most common and numerous bird seen.
At the time I assumed I was seeing them on their southward migration.

Are they always in big numbers in these areas, was I seeing an irruption of
trillers or were  they just migrating?


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