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Sat 18highlightWhite-necked Petrel, White-faced Storm-Petrel, Kermadec Petrels
Offshore--Southport pelagic
Wedge-tailed Shearwater c150, Flesh-footed Shearwater c15 Hutton's Shearwater 1 inshore, Fluttering Shearwater 1 offshore Providence Petrel c 50, White-necked Petrel 1, Kermadec Petrel 9+ Great-winged Petrel (gouldi) 1, Tahiti Petrel c20, Wilson's Storm-petrel c20, White-faced Storm-petrel 1-2, Pied Cormorant 1, Australian Gannet 4 imms, Pomerine Jaeger 2, Arctic Jaeger 2, Silver Gull c40 Common Tern c30, Little Tern 6, Caspian Tern 2, Crested Tern 100s Sooty Tern 1, Common Noddy 4, Black Noddy 1
Rob Morris and all on board the Southport Pelagic organised by Paul Walbridge 19/4 #223014
Shining Bronze-Cuckoo
Caniaba, Lismore NSW
Possibly in transit north
paul griffin 18/4 #223002


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Sat 18Little Lorikeet
Cnr Penshurst and Boundary St, Willoughby
10 birds flew over the car calling. Some spotted gum blossom is around in the area and a few Swamp Mahoganies are also flowering.
Simon Gorta 18/4 #223005
Noisy Pitta
Matcham (Private Property)
Heard calling loudly at dusk adjacent to our backyard creek. It was likely heard foraging on the ground, but due to dense vegetation and poor light it could not be seen. Recording: https://soundcloud.com/bahoogas/noisy-pitta-trim
James Panetta & Anna Schutz 18/4 #223003


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Sun 19highlightSwift Parrot
Havelock
5 Swift Parrots flew over property at Havelock 9:00 am this morning. First sighting for a number of years.
Garry Cheers 19/4 #223011
Sat 18Bassian Thrush, Australian Owlet-Nightjar
Baluk Willam Flora Reserve, Belgrave South
A pair of Bassian Thrush and an Owlet-nightjar were the highlights of the FNCV Fauna Survey Group's tile-checking afternoon, as part of the Eastern Fauna Focus.
John Harris, David Coleman, Madison Clay, Meghan Lindsay - FNCV 19/4 #223010
Pied Currawong
Nepean highway, Highett
While waiting at the traffic lights to change, more than 25 pied currawongs flew over to the south at around 12:30.
Mel Mitchell 18/4 #223008
Satin Flycatcher
Woodlands Historic Park
I observed a flycatcher with a rich rusty chest and quite a dark head. It was chasing butterflies at the time. The location was adjacent to the old hospital dam. From looking through the guide books it seems more likely to fit the description of a female satin than a female leaden.
Richard Arnold 18/4 #223007
Australian Ringneck
Sugarloaf Reservoir Park - Ridge Picnic Ground
Single bird in a blackberry bush. I haven't seen one in these parts before. Moderators Note: highly likely to be an escaped cage bird
Stephen Garth 18/4 #223004
Fri 17Bassian Thrush
Wright Forest, Cockatoo
A pair near the intersection of Haileybury (Green) Track and Red Track. Probably not too unusual considering the habitat, but not reported at this site previously on either Eremaea or eBird. eBird checklist
Gerard Corkeron 18/4 #223009
Wed 1highlightPowerful Owl
Crusoe Reservoir, Bendigo
In the pine trees towards the back.
B Colyer 18/4 #223001


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