|Subject:||Satin Bowerbird Mimicry|
|Date:||Fri, 20 Jun 2008 16:12:10 +0800|
Have you seen Satin Bowerbirds anywhere in Ryde Alistair? I found a female calling from a pine tree at the end of Westminister Rd, Gladesville this afternoon. Annoyingly it didn't venture into the Field of Mars close by, it would have been a new bird for my survey list.
I also found a Cockatiel calling from an open branch, high in a eucalypt. Most definetly an escapee.
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