hawkesbury birds

To: "birdingaus" <>
Subject: hawkesbury birds
From: "kbrandwood" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 18:48:23 +1100
Hi all, the Pectoral SP appears to have left the lagoon at Wilberforce but the 
2 Wood SP are still there and have been joined by a Black-tailed Godwit a rare 
bird for this area.
Here in the Hawkesbury there is certainly a shortage of spiders, walking 
through the bush you normally have to hold a stick in front of you to ward the 
webs off your face. Also butterflies are not common must be the drought are you 
finding it the same.

keith b the beautiful Hawkesbury 60km N/W of Sydney

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