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Date Sighting Views

Greenfields Wetlands, Magazine Road

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

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

Middleton Point Fleurieu Peninsula

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

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!

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

South Para Reservoir

Cape Barren Goose (1) One bird which has been present for at least two months hanging out with Wood ducks. A species not normally seen around this area.

  Reported by Amanda Pearce - 03/01/2017 08:09:08 AM   

Point Sturt

Fork-tailed Swift (1) Single Fork-tailed Swift hawking insects with at least 100 Tree Martins and Welcome Swallows,about 800m west of the Point Sturt carpark.

  Reported by Nathaniel Doecke - 28/12/2016 04:36:57 PM   

5 Rogers Court, Aldgate

Yellow-faced Honeyeater (4) 4 Yellow-faced Honeyeaters were seen in my back-yard this afternoon, eating from Calistomon flowers.

  Reported by Helen Monterola - 14/12/2016 06:50:58 PM   

Jersey Way, Strathalbyn

Black-chinned Honeyeater (1) Calling from Red Gums and other Eucalypts adjacent to the creek.

  Reported by Nathaniel Doecke - 28/12/2016 04:45:24 PM   

Hart Road Wetland, Aldinga

Rufous Songlark (2) Two males performing song flights over the wetland. There was just one this time last year. It is interesting that they prefer this habitat rather than the adjoining scrub.

  Reported by Jeffrey Crocker - 12/12/2016 07:20:33 AM   

Black Point, YP

Brown Goshawk (1) I watched for some time a number of Willie Wagtails attacking an immature Brown Goshawk, but the Goshawk won, flying into a tree which I assume had a family of young Willie Wagtails in it.

The Brown Goshawk was bird number 107 for this area.

  Reported by Margaret Tiller - 13/12/2016 08:47:33 PM   
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Aldinga WashPool swamp.

Cape Barren Goose (16) Nice sized flock of Cape Barren Geese loafing on the swamp

There were multitudes of many species of waterfowl spread right across the swamp. I only had a crappy set of 7X32 binoculars which are always in the car so a call back is strongly recommended.
  Reported by Anthony John Bainbridge - 11/12/2016 01:59:47 PM   

Mac's Beach Yorke Peninsula

Red Knot (320) Large flock were feeding in shallow water on the high tide.
Bar-tailed Godwit (9) Roosting on the high tide mark.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 07/12/2016 03:38:42 PM   

Port Clinton Yorke Peninsula

Grey-tailed Tattler (3) On rocks on high tide

  Reported by Winston Syson - 07/12/2016 03:32:51 PM   

Bold Hill Beach Port Wakefield

Eastern Curlew (15) Birds were feeding in shallow water at the high tide mark. Shouthern end of beach
Red-necked Stint (500) Large flock were feeding with 12 Curlew and 6 Sharp-tailed Sandpiper at the Southern end of the Beach
Ruddy Turnstone (13) Several spots along the beach
Grey Plover (4) Birds were feeding along the shoreline on the high tide.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 06/12/2016 02:38:48 PM   

Thompson Beach Dublin

Curlew Sandpiper (100+) Birds were feeding in a flooded Saltpan and Samphire at the Northern end of the beach.
Red-necked Stint (1) Birds were feeding also in the Saltpan and Samphire.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 06/12/2016 02:26:41 PM   

Overhead at Highbury near the Linear Pk

Square-tailed Kite (1) I was alerted by the calls of a Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo over the Linear Park which it disturbed. It then flew low, directly overhead before heading south towards Black Hill CP at Athelstone.

  Reported by Graham Crooks - 02/12/2016 04:39:46 PM   

Flinders Park

Australian Hobby (1) A single bird perched on overhead wires at dusk on Dillon Avenue, Flinders Park about halfway between Hartog Street and Fowler Avenue. Login for GPS reading.

  Reported by Martyn Price - 28/11/2016 12:49:10 AM   

Strathalbyn Sewerage Ponds

Crested Shrike-tit (1) A single bird foraging in the top of a gum along Swamp Road. Login for GPS reading.

  Reported by Martyn Price - 28/11/2016 12:41:55 AM   


Sacred Kingfisher (1) Second photo from this area.

  Reported by Gordon Pateman - 22/11/2016 02:50:26 PM   
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