Re; Monarchs & Rufous Fantails.

Subject: Re; Monarchs & Rufous Fantails.
From: Rod Gardner <>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 18:23:12 +1000

Rufous Fantails overwinter regularly in small numbers in the west of
Brisbane. I've also seen Spectacled Monarch in June at Gold Creek Reserve
in the area, and when I first moved here I was also surprised to see
Rainbow Bee-eaters and White-throated Gerygones throughout the winter, and
Rufous Whistlers more common in winter than summer.

Rod Gardner


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