Bathing birds

To: "Charles Hunter via Birding-Aus" <>
Subject: Bathing birds
From: "Penny Brockman" <>
Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 14:59:00 +1000
I’m in Gloucester NSW inland from Mid north Coast. Barrington Tops to the west 
and Armidale to the north. Get a few northern species here and vagrants from 
the Western slopes. Over the years this has included Regent Honeyeaters and 
Black-eared Cuckoo and there’s resident populations of Red-backed Fairy-wrens 
and Pale yellow robins. But I miss Gang Gang cockatoos. They don’t come north 
of the Hunter valley. Can’t have everything. 

 Penny Brockman

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