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Wed 26Sooty Owls, Marbled Frogmouths
Mt Nebo - Mt Glorious
Sooty Owls in both Mt Nebo and Mt Glorious - I'm fairly sure the bird calling incessantly at Mt Glorious was a young bird (as 2 other birds were responding). 2 Pairs of Marbled Frogmouths (2 seen well), Southern Boobook and Australian Owlet-Nightjar (H). Great views of a Greater Glider.
Rob Morris 27/11 #221043
Sooty Owl, Marbled Frogmouth
D'Aguilar National Park--Maiala Loop Walk
Both heard only.
Russell Yong & T. Crispin 26/11 #221037
Mon 24Masked Owl, Sooty Owl
Main Range National Park--Goomburra Section
Both heard only.
RussellYong, M. Barnes & J. Ringma 26/11 #221038

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Tue 25highlightLesser Frigatebird
South Ballina beach.
While watching the waders on South Ballina beach this morning a female Lesser Frigatebird cruised slowly north just outside the breakers.
michael ronan 25/11 #221029
Sun 23Scarlet Robin, White-winged Triller, Wedge-tailed Eagle
Six Foot Track, Megalong
Interesting to watch (from a distance) 2 Wedge-tailed Eagles going after a small Wallaby (record photo attached). Was horse riding so only briefly noted 2 Scarlet Robins, 2 nesting Dusky Woodswallows, 1 White-winged Triller, 1 Jacky Winter, 2 Sacred Kingfishers, 1 White-throated Gerygone and scores of other little birds.
David Vickers 23/11 #220990

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Wed 26highlightYellow Wagtail
Mungalla Station--Forrest Beach, Queensland
Four Yellow Wagtails at various times along and close to Palm Creek today. Three seen yesterday.
Tony Ashton 26/11 #221036

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Tue 25megamegaLong-billed Dowitcher
Lake Tutchewop
We arrived at the lake to find a very helpful man (Greg) that directed us to where the Dowitcher was roosting. We joined a team of three birders on the eastern shore where we watched the Dowitcher roost with a small flock of sharpies. There was some movement of this group of birds from the occasional Whistling Kite or false alarm. The Dowitcher moved between the southern and northern ends of the eastern shore. It did not feed between 12 and 2 pm.
Amanda Lilleyman and Rowan Mott 25/11 #221034
Caspian Tern
Kororoit Creek Mouth (Williamstown North)
Single bird seen along Kororoit Creek near the ford (which is currently closed to traffic)
Paul Randall ( 25/11 #221032
Sun 23megamegaLong-billed Dowitcher
Lake Tutchewop
From early on Sunday morning until about noon, about 30 birders watched the Dowitcher roosting on the south-eastern shore with the large flock of Whiskered terns and other waders, feeding along the eastern shore with a small group of Sharp-tailed Sandpipers and then roosting again on the south-eastern shore. I understand other birders turned up in the afternoon and also saw it.
Chris and Rosemary Lester 26/11 #221035

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Sun 23highlightRed-rumped Swallow
Rubbish Tip - Christmas Island
Two Red-rumped Swallows seen flying over rubbish tip on Christmas Island for approximately 30 minutes late in the morning. Identified by creamy pale rump, black undertail coverts and rufous wash under the wing.
Julian Miles 26/11 #221041

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