BIRDLINE NSW - update 3.2.97

Subject: BIRDLINE NSW - update 3.2.97
From: "Chris Gladwin" <>
Date: 04 Feb 1997 02:41:02 EST

     Recent rain has filled Sydney's swamps and dispersed our birds.  Highlights
     in NSW over the last week are as follows:

     BLACK-NECKED STORK 2 + 2 young Cowpa, Nr. McLean 22/1
     GREY GOSHAWK       2 + imm Mangrove Mountain, Central Coast 28/1
     BUFF-BANDED RAIL   2 "Succulent Garden" Royal Botanical Gdns. Sydney
     SPOTLESS CRAKE     1 Pitt Town Lagoon, Windsor 27/1
     AUSTRALIAN CRAKE   1 Pitt Town Lagoon, Windsor 27/1
     PECTORAL SANDPIPER 7 Pitt Town Lagoon, Windsor 27/1
     GREENSHANK         4 Argyl Reach Lagoon, Windsor 2/2
     WHITE-THROATED NIGHTJAR    3 Corrine Close, Berowra Waters, Sydney
                                27/1 at 20:30 hrs - a usual locality
     GANG-GANG COCKATOO 20 Ourimbah SF, Central Coast 1/2
     POWERFUL OWL       1 Munghorn Gap. Mudgee 26/1
     SOOTY OWL          1 Lisarow, Far North NSW 11/1
     GROUND CUCKOO-SHRIKE       2 + imm Arthursville, Wellington 3/1
     WHITE-EARED MONARCH        2 Chillingham, Far North NSW 22/1
     SCARLET ROBIN      1 imm Ourimbah SF, Central Coast 1/2 - most unusual
     REGENT HONEYEATER  14 + nest with 2 young Munghorn Gap. Mudgee 26/1
     PAINTED HONEYEATER 1 + 2 imm Munghorn Gap. Mudgee 26/1

     Chris Gladwin
     Sydney, Australia
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