Mulgoa weekend birds

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Subject: Mulgoa weekend birds
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 18:31:12 +1100
Hi All,
          A few unusual sightings for Mulgoa Valley at this time of year.
Everything is green and beautiful, some of the birds must think it's spring
again, numbers are rising, even an Eastern Spinebill seen, they were
permanent before the lantana was burnt out, now a few bushes are coming

          Rufous Fantail      along Mulgoa Creek

 On Mayfair Rd;

          Fantail Cuckoo                          seen, calling, mobbed by
Noisy Miners.
          White-throated Gerygones,        seen, two, 400m apart, singing
          Red-whiskered Bulbul,              group of  twelve, flying
through treetops in bush
          Musk Lorikeet                           flying over, calling
          Crested Shrike-tit,                     calling, flew in to my
          White-eared Honeyeater
          Spotted Pardalote                     ? nesting under east side of
bridge which is just north of Mayfair Rd on Mulgoa Rd.


Michael Hunter

Mulgoa Valley
50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge


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