Orange migrants

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Subject: Orange migrants
From: "Steve & Tamara Gross" <>
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 16:52:15 +1000
In the Orange Botanic Gardens yesterday I saw the first White Winged Triller
of the season along with a calling Rufous Whistler and three Blue Faced
Honeyeaters. There was also a Bronze Cuckoo calling. It was hard to see but
from the call (which I'm not 100% up on) I suspect it was a Shining Bronze
Cuckoo. These birds have been recorded each year in the gardens since at
least 2002.


Unfortunately there was no sign of any reported Yellow Wattlebirds.


Steve Gross

Orange NSW

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