The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jul 2011
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v. 64 no. 16
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Centralian Advocate, Friday, July 15, 2011 23 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 1 5 -J U L -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 2 3 C O L O R : C M Y K LP110712S5C On sale from Friday 15th July, 2011 until Tuesday 19th July, 2011 unless sold out earlier at Woolworths Liquor Alice Springs. Savings based on our Darwin metropolitan sell price. Advertised savings may vary in some stores, as some products may already be priced below the metropolitan sell price. Limits per customer may apply, trade not supplied. Woolworths Liquor Alice Springs is closed on Sundays. To locate your nearest Woolworths Liquor store call 1300 767 969 or SMS the suburb/postcode or state on 0427 078 949. You may also visit www.woolworths.com.au. Specials may not be available through Woolworths online. *SAVE 20% OFF THE SHELF PRICE, CALCULATED AT THE REGISTER, WHEN 6 OF MORE BOTTLES OF WINE ARE PURCHASED IN ONE TRANSACTION AT WOOLWORTHS LIQUOR. 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The Alice Springs Field Naturalists Club conducted their quarterly wader count at the poo ponds on Sunday. Thanks to all who turned out to help. That data will be forwarded on to the Shorebirds 2020 project by the tireless Barb Gilfedder, who also organised the whole shebang. On the weekend I caught up with some sizeable flocks of greyheaded honeyeaters feasting on blooming hakeas atop Mt Gillen. If you ever wondered w h y w e dont have hummingbirds here in Australia, then the answer is in the photo this week. Honeyeaters have evolved to fill a similar niche in our ecosystem as hummingbirds have in other parts of the world by pollinating plants. These blokes are high-octane nectar feeders, but arent averse to taking the occasional insect or two. The slightly powdery effect on the forehead of this bird is the pollen from the hakea that it has picked up in its travels and will trans port all around the neighbourhood. Honeyeaters are the largest group of Australian birds by a fair margin and many of them can be found here in the Centre. Just recently, there has been a report of a y e l l o w - t i n t e d honeyeater in the area around Tnorala. This northerly species would be an interesting addition to the list of Centralian vagrants in this season of plenty. Another interesting report of an albino brown falcon came from Mark Carter while birding out on Deep Well Road earlier in the week. Thats one bird that should certainly stand out so keep your camera handy if y o u r e b i r d i n g out that way. O t h e r sightings of note; a m u c h beleaguered barn owl has been roosting in the ghost gum behind Office National despite the best efforts of local butcherbirds and some huge flocks of spinifex pigeons frolicking in the thick spinifex atop the Heavitree Range. The peregrine falcons continue to entertain early commuters passing through Heavitree Gap. Send your sightings t o email@example.com Happy Birding! CCTV helps nab tourist mugger Supt Murphy SECURITY cameras in the CBD were instrumental in helping police catch one of the boys who allegedly mugged an Italian man last week. The man was attacked by a pair of boys on Thursday at the Leichhardt Terrace/ Scott Terrace roundabout. Both his wallet and pizza were stolen during the attack. S u p e r i n t e n d e n t Michael Murphy said one of the attackers was identified on the weekend. He said: CCTV operators sighted the same person walking around the CBD and alerted the patrols down here and weve arrested one person whos in custody assisting with our inquiries.