Winter Rufous Songlark at Terrick Terrick NP, Vic

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Subject: Winter Rufous Songlark at Terrick Terrick NP, Vic
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 09:13:32 +0930
Hi Richard et al,
I've just come back from a trip on the Birdsville track (photos here: ) and found Rufous Songlark as far south
as Hawker, SA and Brown Songlark even in the Clare Valley. Both singing and
behaving as if it was spring. At Hawker we also had singing Black-eared
Cuckoo and Horsfield's Bronze-cuckoo. On the Murray river in SA there are
still nests of Darter and Little Pied and Little Black Cormorants with downy
young. It certainly looks like the birds are taking advantage of the
continuing good conditions by 'skipping' winter.
Peter Waanders
Southern Birding Services
PO Box 420, Waikerie SA 5330  Australia
mob.: +61 (0)409 763172
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