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Sat 19Fork tailed Swift, Brown Honeyeater
41 Molong Street Condobolin
4 FTS flying over my house early this morning, very uncommon here. The Brown Honeyeaters have fledged two chicks and were feeding in a bottlebrush in my yard all day.Up until last Spring I had only ever seen about 4 birds in 30 years but now there are pairs all over town. Nicest day of the year today, only 38 degrees. Birds have been suffering badly.
Warren Chad 20/1 #236626
Yellow-tailed black cockatoo
Marrickville (Ewart Street)
One yellow-tailed black cockatoo calling and flying south over Ewart Street towards the golf course and Cooks River
Fiona Campbell 19/1 #236619
Diamond Dove
Driveway of ‘The Dip’ homestead. The Dip Rd, Breeza.
A solitairy male Diamond Dove was observed perched in a stand of well established native tree planting’s along the driveway. A rare sighting in this part of the world. Part of the current eastward irruption of this species given dry conditions out west.
George Madani 19/1 #236618
Fri 11highlightBlack-breasted Kite
Enngonia
Juvenile bird soaring with Black Kites and Whistling Kites. Clearly distinguishable by white lateral underwing patches and short tail
Andrew Martin 19/1 #236617


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Thu 17highlightSpotted Whistling-Duck
Clement State Forest - restricted area (Locality of Toomulla, North Queensland)
First seen on 17 January, 9 Spotted's and a Hardhead. Seen again this morning, (19 January) now there's 10 Spotted's and a Hardhead. The tenth bird was with the Hardhead and out of shot. Not reported until today due to lack of internet access.
Annette Sibson 19/1 #236620


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