Flame Robin(LamingtonNP) and other interesting movements

Subject: Flame Robin(LamingtonNP) and other interesting movements
From: Dan Blunt <>
Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 21:57:49 +1000
Hi All

We live near the park (Binna Burra end) and 3 days ago saw a female flame robin in the street. A rarity indeed for here. Oddly enough a restless flycatcher also appeared on the same day, another rarity. Today saw the arrival of the first rose robin into the yard, and yesterday a large group of noisy friarbirds. A few days ago the wind was a cool westerly. During the summer we also had 3 resident blue faced honeyeaters and numerous brown honeyeaters. These birds are rarely seen up at this altitude (570m) where we live, although they do turn up futher down the mountain.
Dan Blunt
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