|Subject:||Re: Spring migrants|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Aug 2004 13:42:34 +1000|
A few reports coming through of returning spring migrants so ....
I have just returned from the Bundarra area (west of Armidale, Northern Tablelands NSW) where I heard White-throated Gerygone on Friday 27 Aug. On my return home (30km south of Dubbo) I found my resident Gilberts Whistlers being out-whistled by some very vocal newly returned Rufous Whistlers.
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