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Sunday, August 25, 2013

North Richmond, Blue Mountains, August 2013

We visited North Richmond for two days at the end of August and stayed again at the 
Thompson family property.  I took these few photos early one morning on my point and shoot camera. The trees were full of birds as usual and up to four species of small birds could be seen in one tree at a time.  The weather was warm during the day and where near as cold as our usual winter visits to the Blue Mountains.  J.G.

Birds List from Early Morning Walk around the Thompson family property:

Superb Blue Wren
Double-barred Finch
Silvereye
Weebill?
Red Wattlebird 
Rainbow Lorikeets
Purple Swamp Hen
Eastern Rosella






Early Morning Hot-air balloon above the trees.





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