Grey Butcherbirds in Sydney

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Subject: Grey Butcherbirds in Sydney
From: "martin butterfield" <>
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2005 07:42:06 +1000
On Saturday we were visiting Sydney and ran from Paddington to Turramurra to
Bronte and back to Paddington. I was most impressed with the number of grey
butcherbirds fluting away as we ran.  My guess is at least one per kilometre
taking my mind off the pain - a tough job, especially on the way back.

On the drive back we were most impressed with the amount of white blossom in
the trees beside the Hume highway between Campbelltown and Mittagong.  A
pity we were in a hurry and couldn't stop to bird.

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