Arrival dates of White-breasted Woodswllows in NSW

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Subject: Arrival dates of White-breasted Woodswllows in NSW
From: "Terry Bishop" <>
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 09:19:31 +1000 (AUS Eastern Standard Time)
Sighted the first Galahs yesterday. There were a flock of about 20 compared
to the normal of about 70-100.They also don't seem to like the cold and
disappear from my area for about 3-4 months. Have not sighted either Red or
Yellow Wattlebird at present. I hope that they have not been chased away by
the large local Magpie and Butcherbird population which is getting very agro
so must be close to breeding. 
-------Original Message------- 
From: Alan morris 
Date: 18/09/2006 7:47:51 PM 
To: Terry Bishop 
Subject: Arrival dates of White-breasted Woodswllows in
Thanks for that, I was totally unaware that SC Cockatoos migrate! Most areas

They are present all year, but obviously not so at Orange. What were the 
Arrival, and dept dates for 2004 and 2005 and what sort of numbers are we 
Talking about! 

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