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Fri 22Pacific Baza
Western Sydney Parklands, Glendenning
Pacific Baza spotted this afternoon cruising above the treetops eBird checklist
David Steel 22/6 #234675
Flame Robin
Integral Park, West Dapto
A single female Flame Robin was seen about 50m East of the playground. It was flitting around the ground and low branches of the shrubs there. eBird checklist
Steven Cooper 22/6 #234674
Little Corella
Long Reef Golf Course
The regular flock of 200+ aerating the fairway. They roost in tall gums at Dee Why, then head north along the coast each morning, pausing to drink at the golf course ponds. Also of interest, one Buff-banded Rail ducking for cover at the 5th tee-off; a Caspian Tern patrolling Long Reef Beach; and at Dee Why Lagoon a well-hidden roosting Night Heron betrayed by a multitude of miners.
David Sawyer 22/6 #234673
Thu 21Hooded Robin
Private Property (Bullarah Locality, 70km w of Moree NW NSW)
Adult Male & Female Hooded Robin, Yellow-rumped Thornbill, Striped Honeyeater, Singing Honeyeater & Spiney-cheeked Honeyeater also present amongst others in open Bimble Box and Northern Sandalwood vegetation
Pat Johnston 22/6 #234672
Southern Emu-Wren
Ian McLennan Park, Wollongong,
3 Southern Emu-Wrens were spotted (2 Male) across the road to the SW of the soccer fields at the bottom of the hill. I haven't seen them here since October last year. eBird checklist
Steven Cooper 21/6 #234669
Wed 20Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos
4 x YTB Cockatoos flying toward Newtown close to the old Carriageworks/Australia Technology Park. Oddly urban location.
Andrew Whitaker 22/6 #234676
Fri 15highlightSwift Parrot
Murrumbidgee River, Hay
4 Swift Parrots seen along the edge of the river last Friday. We drove across the bridge over Murrumbidgee River toward Hay town centre. Immediately turned right over the bridge into a reserve with drive and walking track. We stopped right near the river. The birds were 50 to 100 metres from the bridge on the river bank high in the trees. (Moderator's Note: There are no previous Swift Parrot records in Birdata, eBird or the Swift Parrot database for within ~70km of Hay. This, like the Nyngan birds, is a very inland record for Swift Parrots. MR)
Noel and Sharon Taylor per Mick Roderick 21/6 #234671

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Tue 19Rose Robin
Crusoe Reservoir, Bendigo
Male seen twice by Murray and me near the pines and seat 31. eBird checklist
Malcolm Cousland 19/6 #234661

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Thu 21Galah
Neil Hawkins Park, Joondalup
This bird has a very long lower mandible
Phil Snow & Gary Tate 21/6 #234670

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