Incredible Backyard Ticks

To: "'birding aus'" <>
Subject: Incredible Backyard Ticks
From: "Timothy Hyde" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 11:21:48 +1100

After several trips from the Mountains down to Magic Point ( 2 hours each way)

and searching all day for the Lewins Rail, to have one finally wander into our back yard

must class as a IBT  (Incredible Backyard Tick).




(The Glossy Blacks on a Christmas day were pretty good too!)







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-----Original Message-----
From: [ On Behalf Of Ricki Coughlan
Saturday, 25 February 2006 9:11 AM
To: birding aus
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Incredible Backyard Ticks


>For me the ultimate would be........a superb fairy wren in our backyard.


Which brings us to . . . the best backyard ticks!


I currently live in suburban Belrose. I have an excellent variety of parrots and cockatoos along with resident Laughing Kookaburras and Australian Magpies. However, recently I was stunned to find a family of 3 Eastern Whipbirds scolding at a Pied Currawong!


Ricki Coughlan
Sydney, Australia


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