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Sat 23Black Bittern, Black-faced Monarch, White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
Nepean Weir, Penrith
Single Black Bittern seen, not seen in area for last 2 years. Black-faced Monarch on hill track, only the 4th record for area on eBird. 2 White-bellied Cuckoo-shrikes seen. Lot's of birds around at moment, 88 species seen Saturday morning eBird checklist
Martin Snowball 23/10 #261065
Barred and White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike, White-throated Needletail
Historic Cemetery, Gordon St Port Macquarie
The Barred Cuckoo-shrikes are still present after being first reported at this site on 17/10 (#261027), 4 were seen today (2 pairs), along with 1 White-bellied and 2 Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes, as well as Olive-backed Orioles, Figbirds, Satin Bowerbirds, Channel-billed Cuckoos and other fig eating birds. Three early White-throated Needletails flew over about 10.30 hrs eBird checklist
Alan Morris 23/10 #261063


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Sun 24Swift Parrot
Yarra Yarra Golf Course, East Bentleigh (restricted access)
Sharp repeating call first heard and then a single bird spotted flying through the tall eucalyptus trees on the Victor Rd side of the golf course, tonight on sunset. My first sighting of this species at this location !
Con Baltas 24/10 #261067
Fri 22Greater Sooty Owl
Bunyip State Park--Link Road
Bird not seen, but heard calling twice, East of Link Road at 4.33.a.m. Unable to see some areas of park, as signs were posted notifying culling of deer in progress. Sign on Black Snake Creek Road prohibited travel to helipad area and beyond. Was a completely still night, though lots of moonlight. Saw no other nocturnal birds though did not walk far from vehicle.
David Stabb 23/10 #261064
highlightPlumed Whistling-duck (Dendrocygna eytoni)
Point Cook Coastal Park
2 Plumed Whistling-ducks (Dendrocygna eytoni) in Point Cook Coastal Park on the pond near RAAF Lookout Carpark at 4:30 pm.
Aleksander Kwiatkowski 22/10 #261061


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