Hawkesbury migrants

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Subject: Hawkesbury migrants
From: "Keith Brandwood" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 18:58:35 +1000
Hi All,  a trip around the Hawkesbury today produced e following migrants. Brown Songlarks,Rufous Songlarks, Singing Bushkarks,Black-faced Monarch,Leaden Flycatcher, The Avocet is still at Bushells with Sharptailed Sandpipers increasing in numbers. The Spotted Harrier is  still at Pitt Town Lagoon must be good food there, its been there for at least 3months or more. Ther are 2 Banded Plovers at the Windsor end of Cornwallis Rd. Whilst looking for them I was watching three Welcome Swallows using the movements of a Willie Wagtail which was obviously disturbing prey from the turf, They were constantly in close attendance repeatedly settling on the turf millimetres from the waggy.
The fabulous  Hawkesbury 60km N/W of Sydney
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