SA Shrike-tit status?

To: "Birding Aus" <>, "Steve Clark" <>
Subject: SA Shrike-tit status?
From: "John Turner" <>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 16:03:36 +0930
Hi Steve, All,
        Re Steve's question, from my records near Adelaide:-

20/01/02 Aldinga Scrub CP
03/11/03 Kenneth Stirling CP (Wotton Scrub)
12/04/04 Mary Seymour CP
04/07/05 Scott CP
06/08/05 Aldinga Scrub CP
29/12/05 Scott CP
16/02/06 Paiwalla Wetland
22/07/06 Paiwalla Wetland
15/10/06 Kenneth Stiring CP (Wotton Scrub)
16/11/06 Altona CSR Landcare Reserve
05/02/07 Telford Scrub (South-east)
14/03/07 Paiwalla Wetland

        I would call it an occasional lucky sighting!

John Turner

-----Original Message-----
 Behalf Of Dean Cutten
Sent: Wednesday, 11 April 2007 8:36 PM
To: Birding_Aus _Server
Subject: SA Shrike-tit status?


I occassionally see a pair at different birding sites I visit on the
Fleurieu Peninsula. Occasionally we will see one or two around the house and
there is a pair that breed along the Inman River in our neighbors property.
I would consider them uncommon in this area.

Dean Cutten
Victor harbor,  SA

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