Monarchs & Rufous Fantails

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Subject: Monarchs & Rufous Fantails
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 12:46:10 +1000
Hi Greg

You wrote "There were two Rufous Fantails at the same location on April 10. Are these late departures or over-wintering birds?"

These gorgeous birds come through my area in spring and autumn, with March the peak month. We have a few records from April and there was one on 5th April this year so I guess yours are just late departures.

Michael Norris
Bayside, Melbourne


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