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Sun 17Red capped robin
Wianamatta Nature Reserve
Following up on recent report I entered the reserve from Cranebrook Road. Approx. 300m along Receiving Station Trail sighted 2 Red capped robin, 1 being a male with faint colouratons. A second sighting of another at the junction of Static Trail and Antannae Trail.
Peter Lockhart 17/2 #236830
Pacific Swift
City of Estella, Wagga Wagga NSW
Approximately 20 birds flying over residential area and cleared grazing area in Estella. (Over 100 birds were seen at the same location on 6/1/2019)
Camilla Donnelly 17/2 #236828
Sat 16Glossy Black-Cockatoo, Gang-Gang Cockatoo
TrailShare Cabins, Collins Rd, Kulnura (Private Property)
4 Glossy Black-Cockatoos (4 male, 1 female) and at least 10 Gang-Gang Cockatoos (roughly even sex ratio) were observed drinking at a dam on the property. Both are listed as vulnerable species in NSW. Record photos by Karen Zwi (phone)
Karen Zwi et al. per Simon Gorta 17/2 #236832
Horsfield's Bushlark
Pitt Town Lagoon
Flushed a pair of Horsfield's Bushlarks from grassy area adjacent to horse property. They then perched on barbwire fence. Australasian Shovelers also still present with good views from bird hide
Peter Lockhart 16/2 #236826
Fri 15Topknot Pigeon, Superb Fruit-dove, Rose-crowned Fruit-dove, Wompoo Fruit-dove
Wanganui Gorge, Nightcap NP
A large flock of 500+ Topknots feeding on ripe Bangalow Palm fruit and Native grape (Cissus) fruit. One of the largest flocks I have seen for a number of years. Fruit-doves also common in mid-storey and in fruiting trees.
David Charley 17/2 #236831


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Sat 16Square-tailed kite
Rostrevor
circled slowly over my house before moving off in a westerly direction
Peter Corcoran 17/2 #236827


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Sun 17Fork-tailed Swift
Newstead township
Small, loose flock ... perhaps a dozen individuals at 8pm
Geoff Park 17/2 #236834
Black-faced Monarch
Warburton
Black-faced Monarch seen on the river trail about 300m from the caravan park entrance. No previous reports on eBird.
Jason Camilleri 17/2 #236829


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