New "Little" birds

Subject: New "Little" birds
From: Lynn <>
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 19:08:59 +1100
Hi all

Not often I add new birds to the home list these days but two new "little" birds within a week. Firstly a group of 5 Little Ravens flew over and were immediately mobbed and pushed off course by some Torresian Crows from one direction and Australian Ravens from another. The other morning 2 Little Lorikeets flew over and then landed in the trees along our front fence. List now stands at 127.

The first White-winged Triller I have seen in this area was observed in a Coral Tree in the neighbor's drive way . Nearly got him !!

A brisk exercise walk , without stopping and no binoculars, along our road for 15 minutes one way and back the same way , yielded 53 species of birds one beautiful Spring morning about 3 weeks ago. This included seeing no less than 12 Dollar Birds.

Dick Jenkin
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