Mulgoa unusual sightings

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Subject: Mulgoa unusual sightings
From: "M. Hunter" <>
Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2014 18:16:40 +1000
Hi All.

         Over the past wintery week on Mayfair Road in the mornings.  Best 
sighting was yesterday, a single Swift Parrot flying swiftly north and calling, 
en route to somewhere, no blossom about in the vicinity.  A single Wonga 
pigeon, not seen here for years.  Also five Common Bronze-wings which are 
common, a nice White-naped Honeyeater,  a lone late Dusky Woodswallow, and 
Noisy Friarbird fighting off the Noisy Miners.


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