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Thu 19Australian Pied Oystercatcher
Rodd Park, Rodd Point
2 Oystercatchers at around 7.15 AM on rocky platform near busy Henley Marine Drive and opposite Brisbane Ave. Unusual sighting for this location although there are recent anecdotal reports from the Parramatta River.
Robert Curran 3/9 #241073
Sun 1highlightSpectacled Monarch
Bayview Heights
Single bird foraging. Bayview-Pittwater. 3.40 pm
Lyn Walsh 20/9 #241227

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Thu 12Spotted Whistling-Duck
Endeavour River National Park
11 birds seen in small open mangrove bordered lagoon near the airport during night spotlighting as part of fauna surveys. Birds not seen during the day at same location. -15.44684, 145.19596
Andrew McDougall and John Augusteyn 19/9 #241220

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Fri 20Crimson Chat
Near Balaklava
One pair building a nest on roadside. Small numbers have been seen in southern areas of SA this month.
Paul Taylor 20/9 #241230

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Thu 19highlightEastern Curlew
Low Head
Single bird seen at low tide. Later a very energetic Little Egret was seen feeding almost at high tide.
Geoff Bromfield 20/9 #241226

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Fri 20highlightCockatiel (7)
Jaycee Island (Benalla)
Flock of seven Cockatiel flew over Jaycee Island and landed in Red Gums along Broken River at Midday. eBird checklist
Dan Pendavingh 20/9 #241229
Thu 19highlightOrange Chat
Terrick Terrick National Park--The Meadows
Spotted 2 male and at least 1 female near the main body of water. Lots of crimson chats also.
Murray Chambers 20/9 #241231
highlightBlack Honeyeater
Mangalore Flora and Fauna Reserve
A single male Black Honeyeater was first heard, then observed less than 50m south west of the car park, frequently getting harassed by White-plumed Honeyeaters. Good blossom nomads in the area with Purple-crowned, Little and Musk Lorikeets, Black-chinned Honeyeaters, Noisy and Little Friarbirds all present. Also a very vocal pair of Gilbert's Whistler hanging around their usual haunt just north of the car park eBird checklist
Tim Nickholds 19/9 #241225

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