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Sun 5Spangled Drongo
Western Sydney Parklands, Glendenning
This morning I was surprised to see a Spangled Drongo beside Eastern Creek within the Parklands. Over the last 30 years I have only seen Spangled Drongos within the Sydney region from late January/ February to September. Though I was also surprised to see one beside Narrabeen Lake back on 6/11/21. However north of Newcastle I have seen the Drongos throughout the year.
Edwin Vella 5/12 #263309
Black-necked Stork
McPersons Rd Swamp Tuggerah NSW
2 Juvenile birds no adult birds observed eventually flew off eastwards towards Tuggerah Lakes eBird checklist
David Schuemaker 5/12 #263307
Fri 3highlightBlack-necked Stork
Central Coast Wetlands (Tuggerah)
Was packing up to leave for a time-critcal assignation and sighted at least 4 Black-necked Storks along with some pelicans soaring up on a thermal above the paddock to the W of the enviro-loo. Definitely at least 2 adults and 2 juveniles (juvenile pictured). (Moderator's Note: On Friday 3/12/2021 local birders Margaret & Kaye Pointer sighted two juvenile Black-necked Storks at nearby McPherson Rd Swamp. Adult BNS during the past 2 months have been seen flying over Tuggerah/Wyong presumably heading for a nest at some nearby but unknown location. This is a good breeding record for the Central Coast, the first was in the mid 1990s, the second two years ago and now this report. AKM)
Biggles Csolander 5/12 #263306


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Sun 5Grey Goshawk
Strahan Road, Newstead, Tasmania 7250
A Grey Goshawk landed on my roof. Good view. Noted yellow talons, yellow upper beak with black main beak.
John Silberberg 5/12 #263308


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