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Tue 30Hooded Robin
The start of Apollo Road (intersection with Naas Road)
A pair of Hooded Robin seen, initially the male sitting on fence line (see ID photo by John Bundock), then the pair flew across the road and perched in a dead tree. They then flew onward with a number of other robins including several Flame Robins. eBird checklist
Peter Valentine and John Bundock 1/7 #223769
Yellow-billed Spoonbill
Barton Highway
Small dam on right of the hwy not long after leaving Canberra. A single Yellow-billed Spoonbill standing on edge of dam at about 2.45pm Tuesday 30th.
Sandra Henderson 30/6 #223756


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Tue 30Cotton Pygmy-Geese
Noosaville
Noosa Waters Further information
Peter Newman 1/7 #223773
Mon 29Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
Lake Galletly (University of Queensland - Gatton campus)
Group of five near Thynne Hall, UQ Gatton campus, a short walk from the lake; feeding on white cedar berries.
Roger Jaensch 30/6 #223762


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Tue 30Regent Honeyeater
Cathie Village Track
A pair of Regent HE present at the original pollarded Swamp Mahogany as reported in mid/late May. Other birds here included Spangled Drongo, Eastern Spinebill, Red and Little Wattlebird, Figbird, Lorikeets, corvids... 3.30 p.m. Sunny, 18*C
Ted & Robbie Giblin 30/6 #223765


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Wed 1Pied Currawong
Newell Beach
2 birds seen and photographed. Uncommon in area. Also seen yesterday by Allen Sheather. eBird checklist
Doug Herrington 1/7 #223771


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Wed 1highlightBlue-billedDuck
Yan Yean Reservoir
Still more than 2000. Many close to westside for a change. eBird checklist
Andrew Corrick 1/7 #223777
Rose Robin
Long Forest Nature Conservation Reserve
Seen at bottom gully of Steep Track, on the ridge line adjacent to the creek. One fully coloured male in the canopies of various eucalypts. Also spotted a Speckled Warbler on the top of the ridge line in the understorey.
Cody McCormack 1/7 #223774
Australasian Bittern
Braeside Park
A single bittern was the highlight of a trip to Braeside this morning, with the bird seen in the open wandering about near the viewing platform. Other nice birds included Chestnut-breasted Mannikin, Greenfinch and Brown Falcon.
Ashwin Rudder, Andrew Walker, Shoshana Rapley, Max Breckenridge, Nathan Ruser 1/7 #223772
Tue 30Blue-Winged Parrot
Plumpton
Observed a Blue-Winged Parrot land in a dead Cypress Pine approx 300 metres east of the Plumpton/Melton-Keilor Rd Intersection, on the northern side of the road. Stayed long enough for me to get a positive ID through binoculars but not long enough to get a photo.
David Whelan 1/7 #223767
Sooty Oystercatcher
Seaholme Beach
Four birds resting and preening on rocks at low tide in the middle of the day. This species and the Pied Oystercatcher reputedly nest along the beach adjoining the former Cheetham Saltworks about 1.5 km across the bay. Unfortunately, this area is now open to people and their dogs.
Anthony Hunt 30/6 #223766
highlightBeach Stone-curlew
Snowy River estuary
During today's winter 2020 Shorebird count in the estuary to the east of the Snowy River entrance, the Beach Stone-curlew was again observed; this time feeding on soldier crabs at low tide. Marlo residents still regularly report its presence in the general area although it sometimes moves to sheltered locations at Cape Conran particularly when gale force winds and high tides occur along our coastline. It is now some 17+months since it was first recorded on Australia Day 2014. eBird checklist
Jacquie and Len Axen 30/6 #223764
Australian Bittern
Western Treatment Plant (Werribee)--Western Lagoons
Thanks to Paul Newman who spotted the bird, the bird spent most of the time in the drain on the left hand side as you enter Western Lagoons via Gate 2. It did, however, move around the centre ponds as well. Time was about 4pm.
Bernie OKeefe 30/6 #223763
highlightHooded Robin
Quarry Hills Bushland Park
Doing a site inspection and spotted one male Hooded Robin amongst some Flame Robins. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
aleks arsoski 30/6 #223755
Freckled Duck
Kings Billabong Wildlife Reserve
Single bird. Close to walks car park at the dam wall, far northern corner of the billabong. Nice record for the morning walk. Possibly a result of the lowering of the water levels in the billabong as part of the CMAs environmental water management program.
Dan Eyles 30/6 #223754
Mon 29Swift Parrot
Macleod Station
A flock of approximately 40 Swift Parrots seen still sitting in large River Red Gum in the middle of the park between the station and shops. Observed sleeping, preening and feeding for several hours in the morning unfazed by the noise of demolition below. Worth the drive. Stunning birds!
Veronica Peric 1/7 #223768


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Mon 15Dusky Gerygone
Enderby Island, Dampier Archipelago
One Dusky Gerygone seen in a mangrove bay on Enderby Island, Dampier Archipelago, amongst many other locals- beach stone curlew, mangrove golden whistler, mangrove robin, white-bellied whistler, yellow white-eye.
Stephen Reynolds 30/6 #223759
Sun 14Beach Stone Curlew
Enderby Island, Dampier Archipelago
3 Beach Stone-Curlew feeding in a mangrove bay on the island. One definitely a juvenile and probably this year's offspring from that location, so hopefully a sign of successful breeding there.
Stephen Reynolds 30/6 #223760
Sat 13Lesser Frigatebird
Enderby Island, Dampier Archipelago
3 Lesser Frigatebirds (1 F, 2 M) seen on the 13th and 1 M on the 14th June, circling reasonably low over feeding terns. Close to Enderby Island but on mainland (south side).
Stephen Reynolds 30/6 #223758

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