Styx River crossing

Subject: Styx River crossing
Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 11:02:49 +1000
I am just back from a couple of days at one of my common haunts, at the Styx
River crossing on the Armidale-Kempsey road. All the usual resident and summer
birds were around, including Red-browed Treecreepers (showing nesting
behaviour) and the Spotted Quail Thrush which I seem to see every time now.  Of
especial interest were three Glossy Black Cockatoos, two males and a female
feeding in a Casuarina, and at least one pair of Satin Flycatchers (separate
mailing about them).
John Clifton-Everest

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