Brown Gerygones in open forest and woodland.

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Subject: Brown Gerygones in open forest and woodland.
From: "alan morris" <>
Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 13:52:18 +1000
Hi Birders,

I too can confirm what Ernie Hoskins had said in his book "The Birds of Sydney", that Brown Gerygones move into woodland and more open areas in late autumn and winter.

And as an example of this on Saturday, I found some Brown Gerygones in Casuarian glauca (Swamp Oak) woodland with only Lantana and Boobialla (Myoporum sp) as an understorey at South Chittaway, an area where I would not normally see them.

Alan Morris

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