"Mark Clayton" <>
Allan Richardson <>
Tue, 9 Sep 2014 18:26:27 +1000
Yesterday was a bit of mixed day for the wagtail - it was not observable in the
morning from reports we received, but a friend who visited later in the day had
Perhaps the bird has changed its routine and is visiting unexpected sites
during some parts of the day?
It appears that if you're planning on visiting the site from here on in, it
might be best to allow yourself plenty of time to allow for possible periods of
Regards and happy birding,
On 09/09/2014, at 5:05 PM, Mark Clayton wrote:
> I have just returned from an unsuccessful search for the Citrine Wagtail at
> Mudgee. As I said in my previous RFI to Birding-aus I have seen the species
> in two countries overseas so am not totally disappointed. Still, it would
> have been a nice addition to my Australian list. I know Frank O'Connor is
> arriving today (Tuesday) to look for the bird and am sure he will advise if
> it is still there. Unfortunately as we were leaving the weather was starting
> to deteriorate with strong winds predicted ahead of a stormy day or two. At
> least my wife and I contributed nearly $300 to the Mudgee economy!!!
> Once again Birding-aus has shown just what a useful resource it is and I
> thank all those wonderful people who replied to my original RFI.
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