BIRDLINE NSW - update 20 June 1998

Subject: BIRDLINE NSW - update 20 June 1998
From: "Gladwin, Chris" <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 20:03:00 +0200
     Highlights by observers in New South Wales over the last week are as 
     PROVIDENCE PETREL  1 Maroubra, Sydney 17/6
     SHORT-TAILED SHEARWATER    1 Maroubra, Sydney 17/6
     AUSTRALASIAN BITTERN       2 Pitt Town Lagoon, Windsor 16/6
     FRECKLED DUCK      2 Gum Swamp, Forbes 12/6
     SPOTTED HARRIER    1 Cornwallis Road, Richmond 16/6, 1 Bushell's       
                        Lagoon, Windsor 12/6 and 1 Pitt Town Lagoon 14/6
     BLACK FALCON       1 Armidale 14/6 and 1 Capertee Valley 12/6
     BEACH STONE-CURLEW 1 daily until at least 18/6 Bonnievale, Royal Nat   
                        Park, Sydney
     WHITE-FRONTED TERN 1 Maroubra, Sydney 17/6
     SWIFT PARROT       100 daily until at least 16/6 Londonderry, Richmond
     WHITE-HEADED PIGEON        6 Kurmond, Richmond 13/6
     BARN OWL           2 Cornwallis Road, Richmond 12/6
     REGENT HONEYEATER  1 Castlereagh NR, Richmond 16/6
     ROSE ROBIN         1 Bilgola, Sydney 12/6
     AUSTRALIAN REED WARBLER    3 regularly Pitt Town Lagoon, Windsor
     PLUM-HEADED FINCH  100 Capertee Valley 12/6
     Chris Gladwin
     Sydney, Australia
     BIRDLINE NSW (02) 9290 1778 - sponsored by Birds Australia, NSW Field 
     Ornithologists Club, Cumberland Bird Observers Club and Illawarra Bird 
     Observers Club
     Please reply direct as a I am unable to see "Birding-Aus"

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