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Mon 25White-browed and Masked Woodswallows
Wentworth Falls
Estimated 100 flew over at 6pm in several tight flocks, though some were almost too high to see and there could have been many more. Approx 90% White-browed and 10% Masked. This is my first sighting for the season in the upper Blue Mountains, though Terese Ramage told me she had several flocks of woodswallows, up to 400 at once, flying over Faulconbridge on 10th October.
Carol Probets 25/10 #261080
highlightSuperb Fruit-dove
Near Nightcap National Park-private property
At approximately 11am I heard the call emanating from a tree nearby. Knew it was a little different. High up in the tree - not helped by the fact a Grey Goss-hawk was being harassed by Currawongs quite close by. Possible helped in me photographing it- I imagine it didn’t want to break cover as it was aware of me under the tree with my camera.
Tony Belton 25/10 #261076
Sun 24Banded Plover
Barnetts Lagoon, Kempsey
Found by Guillaume Doerig yesterday and seen by several local birders today. Associating with approximately 12 Masked Lapwings. Rare bird on the mid north coast. (Moderator: We realise the image is upside down but gave up trying to fix it!)
James Oates 25/10 #261081
Fri 22highlightAustralian Painted Snipe
Forbes Aerodrome
2 Adults and 2 juveniles
John Shaw & Lauren Munro 25/10 #261082


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Sun 24Satin Flycatcher
Notley Gorge rd., Bridgenorth
2 birds heard calling and one singing.(Also 1 seen briefly) Late p.m. Early birds.
Geoff Bromfield 25/10 #261079


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Sun 24highlightMallee Emu-wren
Hattah-Kulkyne National Park--Lendrook Plain Area
Unexpected (though hoped for) sighting of a male and female, observed for about half an hour amongst broad expanse of triodia with light mallee tree cover. eBird checklist
Kevin Emmett 25/10 #261075


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