Re:Nomads on the move Northern Highway WA

Subject: Re:Nomads on the move Northern Highway WA
From: Martin Cake <>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 09:54:31 +0800
In support of what appears to be an irruption year for WA's northern wheatbelt, yesterday I saw several good size flocks of budgies at Mt Matilda near Wongan Hills, and another on the road halfway to Goomalling. All were heading south in a hurry.

Crimson Chat were also numerous in saltbush areas, eg. along Manmanning Rd and at Reynoldson Reserve north of Wongan Hills. Rufous and Brown Songlark were both conspicuous and singing in the townsite itself.



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