BIRDLINE NSW - update 3 May 1998

Subject: BIRDLINE NSW - update 3 May 1998
From: "Chris Gladwin" <>
Date: 03 May 1998 06:14:06 EST

     Highlights in New South Wales over the last couple of weeks are as follows:

     BLACK-BROWED ALBATROSS     2 Maroubra, Sydney 24/4 and 1 Long Reef
                                24/4 - first for winter
     YELLOW-NOSED ALBATROSS     1 Long Reef 27/4
     BROWN BOOBY        1 imm passed Long Reef, Sydney 26/4
     GLOSSY IBIS        1 McGrath's Hill, Windsor 15/4
     PLUMED WHISTLING DUCK      100 Powell's Lane, Richmond 29/4
     GREY GOSHAWK       1 Wyee, Central Coast 18/4
     CASPIAN TERN       2 regularly at Dee Why Lagoon, Sydney
     ARCTIC SKUA        3 Maroubra 24/4
     GLOSSY BLACK COCKATOO      9 "Rockview", Capertee Valley 25/4
     MUSK LORIKEET      5 Cammeray GC, Sydney all week
     SCALY-BRAESTED LORIKEET    10 Cammeray GC, Sydney all week
     POWERFUL OWL       1 Gordon, Sydney all week
     RAINBOW BEE-EATER  1 Maroubra, Sydney 25/4
     REGENT HONEYEATER  7 Wyee, Central Coast 18/4 and 1 Morisset 25/4
     CRESCENT HONEYATER 1 Morisset, Central Coast 25/4

     Please search all flowering Swamp Mahogany on the central coast for
     Regent Honeyeaters.

     Chris Gladwin
     Sydney, Australia

     BIRDLINE NSW (02) 9290 1778 - sponsored by Birds Australia, NSW Field
     Ornithologists Club and Cumberland Bird Observers Club

     Please reply direct as a I am unable to see "Birding-Aus"

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