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Wed 30highlightAsian Dowitcher and Asian Gull-billed Tern
Toorbul Artificial Roost
The previously well reported birds still present this afternoon. Full lists on eBird.
Sarah Beavis 30/7 #218957


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Wed 30Tawny-crowned Honeyeater, Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
Royal National Park--Wattamolla
Atop the cleft south of the twin tanks. Unable to count New Holland Honeyeaters, but the interval between sightings was seconds rather than minutes over a two hour period, even while driving in from Bertram Stevens Dr. Continuous noise from Little Wattlebirds skulking in the heath. At beach lookout, Red Wattlebird, Australian Magpie, Crested Pigeon, Superb Fairy-wren (breeding pair plus eclipse male).
Jeff Melvaine 31/7 #218959
Rose Robin
Wattle Forest, Royal National Park
Male seen at the transition from parkland to scrub beyond the end of the road. Also seen: Satin Bowerbird (M) and Pied Currawong feeding from fruiting tree nearby, Eastern Spinebill, Grey Fantail, Lewin's Honeyeater, Little Corella, Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Australian Magpie
Jeff Melvaine 31/7 #218958
Mon 28Hooded Robin
London Bridge Homestead, Googong Dam South
Two pairs of hooded robins hawking from boundary fence, homestead roof and around homestead and surrounds.
Doug Laing and Robert Parnell 30/7 #218955


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Mon 28highlightBlue-winged Parrot
Belchers Lane, Connewarre
At least 310 observed dropping into paddock on private land, near the end of this lane, before then heading off to roost, late last afternoon (27th July); see Eremaea eBird=S19232382. Returned this morning, before dawn, to see many Blue-winged Parrots dropping into same area. Total of at least 350, possibly 400, wheeling about and then dispersing within 1-2 hours. Thanks to Guy Dutson for originally tip-off of dusk activity of high numbers of Blue-winged Parrots in the vicinity. eBird checklist
Craig Morley 31/7 #218964


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