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Thu 1highlightAsian Dowitcher
Stockton Sandspit
Excellent views of Asian Dowitcher yesterday afternoon on an incoming tide along with many Bar-tailed Godwit’s, Black-tailed Godwit’s, Curlew Sandpiper’s, Red Knot’s and Common Gull-billed Tern. A great record for the Hunter Estuary.
Darren Earnshaw, Greg Miles 2/12 #268659
highlightAustralian Masked Owl
Rouse Hill
Deceased adult female found on side of road by my WIRES colleague this afternoon. Body retained for study and feathers for our feather bank.
Ákos Lumnitzer 1/12 #268655
Wed 30Topknot Pigeon
Lindfield
One adult Topknot sitting on a driveway at Middle Harbour Road, Lindfield. Seemed to be unwell.
Patrick May per Kurtis Lindsay 2/12 #268660
Mon 28Sooty Tern
Offshore--Sydney Pelagic
Highlights from Monday's rescheduled November trip included a single Sooty Tern seen close to the shelf. Also typical for this time of year we had migrating shearwaters in reasonable numbers. Also many Hutton's Shearwaters were encountered loafing on the surface. In contrast to a private charter on last Friday we had numerous Flesh-footed Shearwaters following the boat instead of Wedge-tailed Shearwaters. A White-chinned Petrel was also seen on Friday giving everyone onboard excellent views. See eBird list for details. eBird checklist
Sydney Pelagics and all onboard 30/11 #268654


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Thu 1highlightStraw-necked Ibis
Smithton Sewage Ponds
Adult bird in breeding plumage roosting with shelducks. Probably same bird(s) as seen here over last few years.
Richard Ashby 1/12 #268657
Sat 26highlightLatham's Snipe
Duck River saltmarsh
140 Latham's Snipe (the highest number recorded at this site) flush counted for the National Snipe Survey along with 16 Sharp-tailed Sandpiper.
Jenny Ostenfeld, Sue Jennings 1/12 #268658


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