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Sun 23megamegaLittle Curlew
Toorbul High Tide Roost
One Little Curlew was roosting with hundreds of godwits and other waders at high tide this afternoon (~3.30PM). Rare in southern Queensland, and especially unusual in coastal habitats. eBird checklist
Chris Wiley 23/10 #228984

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Sun 23Common Sandpiper
Richmond Lowlands
The Common Sandpiper reported last week is still present - although intermittently - at the same location. Pink-eared Ducks also present. eBird checklist
Marie Lister, Greg McLachlan 24/10 #228988
Sat 22White-throated Needletails
Wianamatta Regional Park
4, possibly 6, White-throated Needletails over Wianamatta Regional Park this morning - the first I've seen in the Sydney region this season. Seen during the CBOC and BMBO outing.
Robert Griffin with Mark Fuller and CBOC & BMBO members 23/10 #228987

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Sun 23 Plumed Whistling Ducks
Lavis Rd, Wilby
Driving home this afternoon when I saw a pair of Plumed Whistling-ducks flying around a dam near Yarrawonga- Benalla Rd intersection.
Brendan Toll 24/10 #228994
My first sighting of Dollarbirds for Wilby. They were catching insects above the house..great to see again.
Brendan Toll 24/10 #228993
Rufous Fantail
Banyule Flats Reserve
As part of an outing with Breakfast with the birds with Birdlife Australia at Banyule Flats, at least 2 Rufous Fantails were seen near the Yarra river,not far from the windmill. Discussion around not having seen them in this area for sometime.
Nina Tsilikas, also Birdlife Australia Leaders - Daphne / Shirley, and many others 24/10 #228989
Verigated Fairy-wren, Shy Heathwren, Purple-gaped Honeyeaters & Hooded Robin
Greater Bendigo National Park
Two Shy Heathwren on Burnside Track, Purple-gaped Honeyeaters on Campbell Road near 'quarry hill' and Hooded Robin's with fledgling in Grey Box forest on Camp Rd near Mulga Dam Ebird check lists S32163681, S32164062, S32164116 & S32164178
Samantha Greiner plus members of BirdLife Hamilton & Bendigo 23/10 #228986
Sat 22Chestnut-rumped Heathwren, White-winged Triller
Crusoe Reservoir, Bendigo
Walked in from gate 4, nearly blown off the dam wall, heathwren found in understorey of melaleuca bushes in front of pinus radiata stand in south east corner of reservoir, also very nice White-winged Triller about half way around. eBird checklist
Samantha Greiner 23/10 #228985

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