crested shrike tit and altitudinal migrants Wilmington

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Subject: crested shrike tit and altitudinal migrants Wilmington
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2011 19:35:21 +0930
20/7/11  In ranges near Mt Remarkable national park Alligator gorge section
I saw a crested shrike tit approximately 100 metres from where my brother
and I saw one 5-6 years ago.  It was not calling and was active, flying from
tree to tree.

Around our house we have altitudinal migrants from ranges being female
golden whistler, rufous whistler and grey fantail. these turn up every year
in winter although the difference in altitude between our house and the
ranges would be around (guessing) 250 metres.

Gary Wright

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