Blackthroats

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15 Nov 2012, 19:56

Well the Blackthroat Recovery Team are doing good work but I don't think these little birds are in such a small area as on the last night of my shift about 5am a flock of 2dozen or more flew across in front of me to an area near a coal train at Blackwater Mine....And further down the Haul Road I could have sworn I seen a pair of Crimson Finches....in a Reedy area near a water course..
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18 Nov 2012, 15:49

That's Great News and would be a Great sight to see
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24 Nov 2012, 06:48

Quick tell Clive Palmer. Here's his Twitter account
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24 Nov 2012, 21:35

That really is great news and worth reporting.

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