Bassian Thrush at Wilson Reserve

Subject: Bassian Thrush at Wilson Reserve
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 10:37:27 +0800 (WST)
At 10.30 am, the Bassian Thrush was feeding on mown grass in the shade of
the belt of trees at the west end of the Oval. It did its best to avoid
notice by adopting a cryptic attitude, holding head in line with back -
looking very like the end of a broken branch.  I really had to look twice.
  No Powerful Owl, no Azure Kingfisher though.

Anthea Fleming


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