Rufous Fantail in Eaglemont

Subject: Rufous Fantail in Eaglemont
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2013 14:06:50 +1000
We visited an Open Garden in Outlook Drive, Eaglemont this morning - as we left I noticed an Eastern Spinebill and some Silvereyes in a flowering Hibiscus by the gate. Once outside, I had a very brief glimpse of a Rufous Fantail, closely followed by two Silvereyes - it whipped across the road and into a dense Pittosporum hedge, which screens a garden full of ferns. Rufous Fantails are not found in the Heidelberg area except as spring and autumn passage migrants.

Anthea Fleming

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