Spring is here?

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Subject: Spring is here?
From: Peter Ewin <>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 14:41:55 +1000
I was just out in the yard here in Mildura (NW Victoria) and heard the first 
calls of White-breasted Woodswallows (moving very quickly on the south westerly 
that is blowing here).
Over the last few days I have been to Griffith and backand Brown Songlarks were 
visibly displaying on the way over and a number of species including Magpies 
and Yellow-rumped Thornbills were carrying nesting material.
Pallid Cuckoos were about north of Pooncarie a few weeks ago (seen but not 
heard) but no other migrants have been visible on my various travels.
I am off to Canberra for a few weeks work so I suspect most will be around by 
the time I get back (and I expect to see a few while I am over further east).

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