New birds on the Abberton list

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Subject: New birds on the Abberton list
From: "Bill Jolly" <>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 14:34:41 +1000
Two new birds for Abberton in the space of a week:

204: Little Grassbird, skulking in the creekside vegetation on 5 November,
but showing well as it crossed the creek; seen again the next day in the
same place.

205: Fuscous Honeyeater. Not an uncommon bird a couple of kilometres away
where the soil and the endemic trees are just a little bit different, but
the first one ever in our garden on 11 November. Seen again by Eileen in a
birdbath the next day.

Also a new frog for us: Broad-palmed (Rocket) Frog. Several calling very
noisily just on dusk lately, one of which I was able to isolate and
photograph - but the increasingly frenetic call is a dead give-away anyway.

Bill Jolly

Lockyer Valley, Queensland.

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