Crimson Chat

To: "Baus" <>
Subject: Crimson Chat
From: "Graham Turner" <>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2008 08:40:54 +1100
G'day Birders, I was looking on NSW birdline today and noticed that Crimson Chats seem to be popping up all over the place. While the Sydney bird is the eastern most there are also records for near Bathurst, "Goologong to Pullabooka" and Grenfell. Add to this my sighting north of Molong and its clear that these birds are heading a long way east of their normal range. I was wondering if anyone had a suggestion as to why they might be on the move. Is it just that the central west seems to be greener than I've seen it in years or is there something else going on.

And maybe some other goodies may show up as well.

Graham Turner

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