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Birdline Northern Territory

Birdline NT 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 Northern Territory is supported by Birdlife Australia and moderated by Christopher Watson, Mick Jerram and Tim Dolby.

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August 2016
Mon 29Rufous Owl
George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens
One bird seen in same location as previous recent sightings.
Angus Schmidt 29/8 #228384
highlightPainted honeyeater
Tennant Creek sewage treatment ponds
I have seen painted honeyeater here regularly over the past 4 months. There may be two birds as one morning I saw a bird on both sides of the ponds but never together.
Ian Jury 29/8 #228378
Tue 23Greater sand plover
Tennant Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
A large plover in the company of black-fronted dotterels. Large size (compared to dotterals), largish black bill with greenish-yellow legs. Clear white underparts and sandy brown upper with grey-brown partial breast band left us in little doubt at what we were looking at. Sorry, no photo - too busy enjoying the bird to bother with a camera.
Jesse and Angela Carpenter 25/8 #228334
Mon 22Eastern curlew
Gove--Crocodile Creek
Jannette Manins 22/8 #228311
Sun 14Rufous Owl
Darwin Botanical Gardens
Crimson finches also located in gardens. Black Butcherbirds sighted at Mindil Beach .
Daniel Hyde 14/8 #228242
Wed 10Grey Falcon
Tablelands Highway
We observed the male and female last evening, This morning we saw both birds perching and also flying.
Robin & Garry Spry 10/8 #228222
Mon 1highlightFlock Bronzewing
Earlier in the week a pair at Bird Billabong.
Suggested by my Australian Bird Identification FB page that I post this report.
kathinka linahan 9/8 #228218
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