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Birdline Western Australia is a site for the reporting of rare or unusual birds outside their normal range, unusually high or low numbers, early or late arrivals or departures for migrant species and interesting behaviour or unusual habitat usage.

Birdline Western Australia is moderated by Adrian Boyle, Richard & Margaret Alcorn and Tim Dolby. Register for weekly email notifications.

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1/29/2014

Moderators' Note

Please forward details on any sightings of Rock Parrots on Rottnest Island, including number of birds, location, time, date, presence/absence and colour of a band, to James Sansom at boldparkbirdbanding@hotmail.com.


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April 2014
Sat 12highlightFranklin's GullBroome Sewage Ponds
Visible from south west fence boundary. Approx 20 Silver Gulls present.
Amanda Lilleyman, Rowan Mott, Ashley Herrod, Rohan Clarke 12/4 #217277

March 2014
Tue 25RuffRoebuck Plains Station
1 Ruff seen feeding with Sharpies off the hwy towards Port Healand
Adrian Boyle and George Swann et al 26/3 #216933
Sat 22Carnaby's Black-CockatooHillman and Wattleup
Flock of around 20 birds seen flying over suburban area of Hillman prior to the rain storm yesterday, in proximity of Milina St; Also seen in the same area day earlier (larger flock- 30+ birds); Around dozen birds seen on 20th around Rockingham Road Wattleup.
S. Plunkett 23/3 #216866
Thu 20highlightEastern Grass OwlRoebuck Plains Station
2 birds seen along open grassland on the Port Headland Hway at dusk
Adrian Boyle Chris Hassell 20/3 #216810
Semi-palmated PloverBroome Sewage Ponds
Pretty much full BP and should be leaving soon!
Adrian Boyle 20/3 #216809
Franklin's GullBroome Sewage Ponds
Seen again at High tide today
Adrian Boyle 20/3 #216808
Wed 19highlightFranklin's GullBroome Sewage Ponds
Non breeding Franklin's Gull seen feeding on ponds at high tide with approx 20 Silver Gulls.
Adrian Boyle and George Swann 19/3 #216792
April 2014
Sat 12highlightFranklin's GullBroome Sewage Ponds
Visible from south west fence boundary. Approx 20 Silver Gulls present.
Amanda Lilleyman, Rowan Mott, Ashley Herrod, Rohan Clarke 12/4 #217277

March 2014
Thu 20highlightEastern Grass OwlRoebuck Plains Station
2 birds seen along open grassland on the Port Headland Hway at dusk
Adrian Boyle Chris Hassell 20/3 #216810
Wed 19highlightFranklin's GullBroome Sewage Ponds
Non breeding Franklin's Gull seen feeding on ponds at high tide with approx 20 Silver Gulls.
Adrian Boyle and George Swann 19/3 #216792
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