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Sat 18megamegaStejneger's Petrel
Offshore--Southport pelagic
A great spring trip today. Highlights: A single Stejneger's Petrel was the first bird we saw when we stopped in 120 fathoms. Seven other petrel species seen - Tahiti (many), Cape (1), Mottled (1), Gould's (2-4), Kermadec (10+), Grey-faced (c20) Providence (2-3). Also Long-tailed (3), Pom and Arctic Jaeger, Sooty Tern and Masked Booby. Paul Walbridge will put out the formal report
Rob Morris and all on board the Southport Pelagic organised by Paul Walbridge 18/11 #232817
highlightGreen Pygmy-geese
Atkinson's Dam
Probable pair of Green PG at drain (-27.414173, 152.427990) Definitely Pygmy-geese but Swedish birder Mikhail had good view of heads and categorically ruled out Cotton. My views were not so good but can confirm that they were PG from wing-pattern.
Tom Tarrant 18/11 #232810
Fri 17Freckled Duck, Hoary-headed Grebe, Black-tailed Godwit
Lake Clarendon
2 Freckled Ducks, also Pink-eared & Shoveler plus all 3 grebes. Single godwit eBird checklist Further information
Greg Roberts 18/11 #232807
Blue-winged Kookaburra
Forest Hill
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Greg Roberts 18/11 #232805
Australian Painted Snipe
Noosa resource recovery centre
Drive in, turn right to op shop car park, walk through car park then turn right along dirt track parallel to drain. Bird was on far side of drain adjacent to boom gate. Please beware of heavy vehicles driving in area.
Carl Billingham 18/11 #232802


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Sat 181 Black-tailed Native Hen, 3 Freckled Duck, 5 Dusky Moorhen, 1 Oriental Pratincole
Leach Lagoon
Native Hen uncommonly seen in Top End, continuing incursions of Dusky Moorhen and Freckled Duck into the Top End over 2017 also seen was 1 Oriental Pratincole. Photographs (ID Q) are available. Leach's Lagoon is a large area of swamp which has little surveying conducted on it. Its extensive plains offer numerous small waterholes, drainages and a large swamp as well as surrounding woodland. Very good habitat. Birds all seen early AM pre 1000. eBird checklist
Mick Jerram and Marc Gardner 18/11 #232815


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Sat 18White-winged Triller
Moonee Ponds Creek, near Vanberg Road, Essendon
A male White-winged Triller in the trees near the eastern end of Vanberg Road, adjacent to the Park
Chris and Rosemary Lester 18/11 #232811
Powerful Owl
Clifton Creek
2 adults and 2 juveniles in Native Cherry
Catherine Foot 18/11 #232809
Scarlet Honeyeater
Bendigo - Kennington between Edwards & Marnie Roads
One male seen, early afternoon, feeding on eremophila, .
Helen Lunt 18/11 #232803
Fri 17Eastern Koel
Melbourne Cemetery (Northern end)
Heard T 8.15 am calling loudly caught my attention then sighted high in an elm tree.
Colin Hollow 18/11 #232806
Red-backed Kingfisher
Goschen Bushland Reserve
Spotted neat the old tennis courts. Pictured disgorging a large blob of undigested food. Cool and overcast day, so picture not brilliant. Lots of Hooded Robins, including juveniles. Budgerigars still present.
Murray Chambers 17/11 #232800
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Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne)
Hawking between Separation Tree and Long Island about 16:00hrs
Gio Fitzpatrick 17/11 #232798
Thu 16highlightBlack-eared cuckoo
You Yangs Regional Park
Male seen and heard calling at the top of a dead red gum in the Lower Picnic Ground around 1pm
Martin Maderthaner 17/11 #232801


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Fri 10Roseate Tern
Rottnest Island
4 breeding plumage birds at the sand spit, eastern end of Thompson Bay at approx 9.30am. Faint rosy hue noticeable on 2 birds. Roosting with a mixed group of Crested and Fairy Terns. I returned later in the afternoon with my camera, hoping for photos but no Roseate's present. eBird checklist
Isaac Clarey 12/11 #232747

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