|Subject:||more Capertee birds|
|Date:||Wed, 10 Aug 2005 12:52:43 +1000|
I neglected to mention that while in the Capertee Valley last week that there appears to be a minor eruption of "western" honeyeaters in the valley at the moment. Both Little Friarbirds and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters were quite evident in flowering White Box in the north-west section of the valley.
I've also just returned from the Barraba area of northern NSW where I heard my first singing Rufous Songlarks (at several locations) of the season. I've been seeing Rufous Songlarks all winter in the Capertee Valley but these have been silent. I dare say they are about to burst into song.
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