Broken Hill Birds + Rufous Fieldwren

Subject: Broken Hill Birds + Rufous Fieldwren
From: "andrew plimer" <>
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 05:55:52 +0000

  Hi All,

  A productive day of birding last Sunday at Broken Hill's 'Living
  Desert' - a site I visit quite regularly.

  - White-backed Swallow: at least 10

  - Redthroat: One male singing, 2 females and 2 newly fledged juveniles
  sheltering at the base of a bluebush

  - Rufous Songlark

  - Chirruping Wedgebill

  - Zebra Finch

  - Peregrine Falcon

  - White-fronted Chat

  + other more common species

  Eremophila alternifolia, E. Longifolia and Swainsona formosa (Sturt's
  Desert Pea) also flowering.

  Also, the bird list provided at the nature reserve states that Rufous
  Fieldwren has also been seen at this site. Is anyone able to confirm
  this as the habitat looks a bit thrashed out for that to be the case.



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