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Tue 27White-winged Fairy Wren
Condobolin
Singing male and 2 females in salt bush off Gipps Rd south of main bridge. Currently need to cross Lachlan River on detour and then work your way back
colin bradshaw 27/9 #228688
highlightPainted Honeyeater
near Gunningbland west of Parkes
Male singing and showing in Mistletoe near Gunningbland. Lots of Striped and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters there as well
colin bradshaw 27/9 #228687
Australian Brush Turkey
Western Sydney Parklands, Horsley Park
Along ridge top facing Calmsley Hill Farm perched in a Eucalyptus stag. Spotted from firetrail on private property.
Genevieve Kyi 27/9 #228684


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Sun 25highlightLittle Crow
Murray-Sunset National Park--Honeymoon Hut Track
Little Crow heard flying overhead. Everyone in the group saw it and heard it call. I was lucky enough to get a shot showing the white downy feathers. eBird checklist
Adam Fry, Tim Nickholds, Owen Lishmund, Dan Ashdown, David Adam, Deb Oliver 25/9 #228662
Sat 24highlightPainted Honeyeater
Glenlyon
Photographed on a friends property in Walls Lane feeding on Mistletoe.
Peter Forward 27/9 #228689
Striated Grasswren
Murray-Sunset National Park
After a few attempts and hours of walking amongst the Triodia we found a good population of at least 6 Grasswren near Pink Lake. With Philip Peel, Tim Nickholds, Owen Lishmund, Dan Ashdown, David Adam, Alison Nisbett, Deb Oliver and Nina Tsilikas eBird checklist
Adam Fry 26/9 #228668


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Fri 16Little Black Cormorant
Tjuntjuntjurra Community Arts Centre
Reported to me by Brian Hallett Bird reportedly flew straight into art centre awnings. Obviously way beyond it's usual range.
David Hartland 21/9 #228615

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