SA Shrike-tit status?

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Subject: SA Shrike-tit status?
From: "gary wright" <>
Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 19:49:15 +0930
Dear Steve

Crested shrike tit can be seen in the Mt Lofty Ranges but it is not a common bird. Where I used to live in wilmington near Pt Augusta at the edge of its range, I saw it three times in ten years. I have also seen it in a red gum forest near Mannum, also on the edge of its range.

In general in my experience not a common bird in SA


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