Green Catbird

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Subject: Green Catbird
From: "Katherine Bronte" <>
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2009 10:14:50 +1100
Greetings all and best wishes for the new year!

On a walk, on New Years Day, going from Blackalls Park to Fassifern (West
Lake Macquarie,NSW), I came across two Green Catbirds. It is the first time
I have seen a catbird. I was wondering if they were common in this part of
the world?

Also what is the collective noun for fairy wrens? There are many many fairy
wrens where I walk and it is  just a delight!! ( There is also a huge drift
of swans in the area too! Just beautiful!!)



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