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Sun 3Northern Giant-Petrel & Grey-faced Petrel
Fort Drive, Newcastle
Many seabirds off Fort Drive Newcastle, including two Northern Giant-Petrels, 15 Grey-faced Petrel, a Shy type Albatross and many Fluttering /Hutton's type Shearwaters. eBird checklist
Archie Brennan, Aaron David 4/7 #267119
Grey-faced Petrel
Mistral Point, Maroubra
The strong winds this afternoon produced a reasonable haul of seabirds: 52 Black-browed Albatross, 1 Campbell Albatross, 2 Shy Albatross, 1 Northern Giant Petrel, 2 Giant Petrel (sp) and 31 Grey-faced Petrel. A lot of absentees e.g. Prions, Brown Skua and IYNA.
David Mitford 3/7 #267117
Sat 2Black-browed Albatross, Fluttering Shearwater ,White-fronted Tern
Redhead Park
Many seabirds off Redhead Park, Newcastle including 1 Black-browed Albatross, 100+ Fluttering Sherwaters, 2 Hutton's Shearwaters, 2 White-fronted Tern and another 1500+ Fluttering/Hutton's type shearwaters. eBird checklist
Archie Brennan 4/7 #267118
Wed 29highlightYellow-plumed Honeyeater
Mutawintji National Park--Rockholes Loop Walk
Surprised to see a Yellow-plumed Honeyeater amongst a big mixed foraging flock getting into flowering Eremophila and fruiting mistletoes. Probably the biggest concentration of Spiny-cheeked and White-fronted Honeyeaters I've seen anywhere, the sound echoing around the rocks and caves was incredible. No other eBird records for YPHO within 100 km. eBird checklist
Liam Murphy 3/7 #267114


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Sun 3Common Bronzewing
Mulgrave Way Croydon North
6 or 7 years ago we began hanging a seed block in our garden to attract the King Parrots and Crimson Rosellas and a male Common Bronzewing began to collect the spillage. Over the years the numbers of Bronzewings has steadily increased and, of late, their numbers have increased to about 35. While there are a number of reserves in the local area I thought 35 must represent the toatal Common Bronzewing population of Croydon North.
Ken Haines 3/7 #267113
Sat 25highlightRed-lored Whistler
Hattah-Kulkyne National Park—South-east of Hattah
Unexpected first ever sighting during a trek in an area where I regularly see Mallee Emu-wrens and Striated Grasswrens. eBird checklist
Kevin Emmett 25/6 #267098


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