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Fri 25highlightGrey Goshawk
Duffy St, Ainslie
Male on size, white morph, flew into large Yellow Box in neighbour's yard, pursued by large numbers of Noisy Miners and other birds, left after a few minutes. Photo by Prue Buckley eBird checklist
Steve Holliday 25/5 #234461


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Fri 25Swift Parrot
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
At least seven Swift Parrots seen along the start of the Waratah Track this morning (7:30) indicating they are still present in the area despite no reports for ~20 days. The parrots were flying around and possibly feeding on lerps in low eucalypts within the first 200 m of the track. Several heathwren also observed on the same track and Salvation Loop. A pair of Glossy Black Cockatoo were feeding above the road, and a Rockwarbler, heading downhill to Akuna Bay. eBird checklist
Max Breckenridge 25/5 #234460


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Fri 25highlightPink-eared Duck
Bonnington dams
Two Pink-eared Duck on eastern dam at 11:30 this morning.
Els Wakefield and Sue Taylor 25/5 #234459


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Thu 24highlightStriped Honeyeater
Rupanyup
Single bird in patch of remnant open Buloke bushland on private property 12km northeast of Rupanyup.
Ian Morgan 25/5 #234462
Tue 22highlightBeach Stone-Curlew
Cape Conran - Sailors Grave Picnic Area
8.15 am. To our surprise we saw a Beach Stone Curlew near the rocks on the eastern edge of the cove. It was near a Pied Oystercatcher. The bird was an adult. Weather was clear. We were about 15 metres away. We observed it for about 5 minutes through Leica 10x40 binoculars. I have seen Beach Stone-Curlews over many years at Townsville, Ingham and Cairns on the beach. Sorry, I only had my iPhone and didn’t Want to disturb bird, so no photo. We reported sighting to Ranger on duty at Banksia Bluff.
Jillian Tacon and Allan Tacon 24/5 #234456
Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoos
Croydon North
Around 100 birds flying through and briefly stopping in our garden.
Will and Emma Bridgeman 22/5 #234452


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