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Sightings (10) Key  Print...  Archive

 
SA
Date Sighting Views
22/02/2017

 Update 
Kangaroo Island

Marsh Sandpiper (2) feeding in shallows on E side of Murrays Lagoon, KI, 14 Feb 2017. Rare species on KI.
Wood Sandpiper (6) feeding in mud and shallows at Birchmore Swamp on the eastern side of Birchmore Lagoon, KI, 21 Feb 2017. Uncommon species on KI.

3
  Reported by Chris Baxter - 22/02/2017 03:35:12 PM   
 
17/02/2017

 Update 
Rocky Gully

Elegant Parrot (1) Adult and Juvenile on the dead trees on the right hand side of the main track at Rocky Gully Conservation Area which is across the railway line approx. 7 kms from Murray Bridge (just of Maurice Rd) . First time I have seen them there. Photos attached

11
  Reported by Gordon Pateman - 22/02/2017 11:10:52 AM   
JPG files - 2 files
 
27/01/2017

 Update 
Highbury Linear Park

Sacred Kingfisher (1) Highbury Linear Park near the Hills face where the Torrens runs out of the Gorge.

5
  Reported by Graham Crooks - 27/01/2017 11:53:52 AM   
 
24/01/2017

 Update 
Murray mouth Hindmarsh Island

Fairy Tern (5) Birds were roosting with Crested and Caspian Terns on sand spits
Sanderling (30) Birds were feeding along waters edge on the Island side of the Mouth along with 150 red-necked Stint.

11
  Reported by Winston Syson - 24/01/2017 07:45:25 PM   
 
19/01/2017

 Update 
06 Gregory Street Port Elliot SA

Black-chinned Honeyeater (1) Single bird first heard and then sighted low in an South Australian blue Gum.

3
  Reported by Winston Syson - 19/01/2017 11:36:18 AM   
 
15/01/2017

 Update 
Greenfields Wetlands, Magazine Road

Glossy Ibis (4) In the area only recently flooded at the northern end of the wetland.

4
  Reported by Kevin Stracey - 15/01/2017 10:22:00 PM   
 
15/01/2017

 Update 
Middleton Point Fleurieu Peninsula

Eastern Reef Egret (1) On rocks out from Middleton Point

1
  Reported by Winston Syson - 15/01/2017 12:40:21 PM   
 
10/01/2017

 Update 
Clayton-Milang Road

Glossy Ibis (40) Large flock feeding on the flooded samphire flats adjacent to the Clayton-Milang Road, about 3 km south of Milang.

2
  Reported by Nathaniel Doecke - 12/01/2017 10:09:27 PM   
 
08/01/2017

 Update 
Gregory Street Port Elliot

Crested Shrike-tit (2) 1 adult with 1 possible juvenile feeding in SA Blue Gum,Bottle Brush and Aust Golden Wattle. This bird is becoming a regular visitor to my garden.

2
  Reported by Winston Syson - 15/01/2017 12:51:05 PM   
 
01/01/2017

 Update 
Point Sturt Peninsula

Crested Shrike-tit (1) Single young bird feeding in Allocasuarinas and WA eucalypts--- first sighting on the Point Sturt peninsula after 15 years living in the area!

6
  Reported by Nathaniel Doecke - 01/01/2017 02:22:27 PM   
 



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