Flame Robin, Latrobe University Wildlife Reserve

Subject: Flame Robin, Latrobe University Wildlife Reserve
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Sun, 01 May 2011 21:11:51 +1000
Flame Robins used to be quite common as winter migrants in the northern suburbs when I started bird-watching c. 1970. Today I had a good if brief view of a single male and thought it notable. This was at Latrobe University's Wildlife Reserve, by the Central Wetland just east of the main north-south track. Also seen - Spotted Pardalotes, Superb Fairy-wrens, Eastern Spinebills and some unidentified LBBs. A Great Egret was fishing among the reeds.

Anthea Fleming

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