Crested Shrike tit

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Subject: Crested Shrike tit
From: "Tracey Newcombe" <>
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 19:44:04 +1100
Hello birders,
I was walking my dogs down the bush track in our street this morning, when I
was met by an extremely friendly Crested Shrike tit. He flew down to a perch
near my head, sang his song, then kept flitting from branch to branch around
me. He stayed for about four to five minutes before going on his way. It's
the first time I've seen this species down that particular track.
Tracey Newcombe
Tomerong, NSW South Coast

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