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Sat 3Satin Flycatcher
Werrikimbe National Park
A single male Satin Flycatcher was located 1km west of Mooraback camping area on the western edge of Werrikimbe NP. eBird checklist
Liam Murphy 3/12 #229408
Scarlet Honeyeater
Wolli Creek Western Track, at the end of Johnston St, Earlwood
A single male Scarlet Honeyeater feeding in the bottle brush. It was joined by s female as we completed our survey an hour later. Unfortunately we only had phone cameras
Melissa Mason 3/12 #229402


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Fri 2Great Knot
Thompson Beach (Dublin)
2 Great Knots on the beach at the southern end
Peter Waanders + 3 others 3/12 #229406


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Sat 19highlightSoft-plumaged Petrel (1), Northern Royal Albatross (2)
Eaglehawk Neck Pelagic Trip
A single Soft-plumaged Petrel and two Northern Royal Albatross (one only noticed from photos later) were the highlights of a very sunny and pleasant day out on the water. eBird checklist
Els Wakefield, Mona Loofs-Samorzewski and all aboard the Pauletta. 3/12 #229399


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Sat 3Cicadabird
Reefton (Near Upper Yarra Reservoir)
Heard calling throughout the day. Heard last year also.
Arthur & Denise Carew 3/12 #229407
Little eagle
Freshwater Creek Dickins rd
Light morph. Circled above for 10 mins. Private property. A lifer on own property.
Colin Cannard 3/12 #229405
Fri 2Silver Gull
Lake Narracan
Two observed on Challenge Count Day sitting on the jetty. Rare in the Latrobe Region. Since 1998, only other Count Day record was 1 in 2010
Alix Williams for the Latrobe Valley Field Naturalists' Club 3/12 #229401


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