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Date Sighting Views

Lark Qaurry

Rufous-crowned Emu-wren (2) In low bushes near the picnic shelter to the south of the main building

  Reported by David Cox - 07/08/2019 11:55:46 AM   
Date Sighting Views

Aldinga Scrub

Crested Shrike-tit (2) Foraging in gum trees.
Mistletoebird (1) Lots of Mistletoe so lots of Mistletoe birds. Many seeds on the Mistletoe.
Australian Ringneck (2) We only had a quick look but the 2 birds had very dark heads (black) and we thought maybe port Lincoln type?

  Reported by Winston Syson - 13/08/2019 10:41:58 AM   

Gregory Street Port Elliot

Black-chinned Honeyeater (1) Single bird was calling from SA Blue Gums from several locations.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 25/07/2019 10:27:37 AM   

Watson's Gap Hayborough

Hooded Plover (2) Birds were resting behind seaweed on the beach

  Reported by Winston Syson - 25/07/2019 10:23:01 AM   


On our Rockleigh property

Buff-rumped Thornbill (8) A party of very plain thornbills moved through trees and grass, brownish above, pale underneath. I couldn't see any facial markings, no chest streaks, but they were moving very quickly, and the light wasn't good. Definitely no yellow rump. Some were fossicking on the ground and their call matched that on my app. Assuming they were buff-rumped that is species number 88 on my list.

  Reported by Barbara and Peter Bansemer - 24/06/2019 03:52:34 PM   

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