Saturday 11 July 2009

Tempe, NSW

Nutmeg Mannikin Lonchura punctulata

Blue-tongue Tiliqua scincoides

I stumbld across a couple of new ones today whilst out charity shopping. The first were three Horsfield's Bushlarks, or Singing Bushlarks if you prefer, singing in the empty lot next to Tempe Tip (Salvation Army).

The second addition to my list was Nutmeg Mannikin. Sixteen birds were feeding around the park at the end of Tempe's Smith Street, up near the driving range.

Others of note included two large Blue-tongues.

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