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Sun 29highlightLittle Curlew
Gingham Watercourse Mudflats adj Morialta Road, BULLARAH
90 Little Curlews viewed and counted thru mounted scope from shoulder of road. Same location as previous recent trips. 30km south of Mungindi, 30km west of Gwydir Wetlands. Other significant numbers in hundreds included: Red-capped Plovers, Banded Lapwings, Grey Teal, Dotterels etc (Moderator: Easily the biggest count of Little Curlews in NSW now! MR) Observers: Jenny Holcombe, May Kuypers Whittall and myself eBird checklist
Patrick Johnston 29/1 #268881
highlightComb-crested Jacana
Rowes Lagoon, Collector
Originally posted to NSW Rare Bird Alert Facebook page. Single adult bird, seems content feeding approximately 50m out from shoreline, Edmondson VC Rest Area (Moderator's Note: This is an extraordinary record, and there would appear to be no previous records for the Southern or Central Tablelands of NSW. The only other western record that I could find was for Gilgandra in 1932. AKM)
Daniel Kurzawa 29/1 #268880
highlightLesser Frigatebird
Broughton Island
Seen on Providence Beach been chaced off by a Crested Tern. Too quick to snap a phone picture. Clearly seen in binoculars for ID. Headed quickly east along the island out of view. Good number (12) of Red-capped Plovers on beach also. eBird checklist
Jason Brown 29/1 #268877


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Sat 28highlightBeach Stone-curlew
Mallacoota Captain Stevenson's Point
Originally reported by Martin Butterfield earlier this morning. eBird checklist
Rob Clay 28/1 #268872
Tue 24Terek Sandpiper, Grey-tailed Tattler
Clonmel Island, Northern Spit
Observed 2 Terek Sandpipers in massive mixed flock and also Grey-tailed Tattler
mark lethlean 29/1 #268874


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