|Subject:||Birdline Victoria Update - 16/4/01|
|From:||Stuart Cooney <>|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Apr 2001 08:34:23 +1000|
Birdline Victoria Update
for the week ending 16/4/01|
During an extremely busy week with not nearly enough time for birding, some not so rare, as unusual and interesting birds have been reported to Birdline.
I hope everyone had a safe Easter and return with lots of great bird sightings for Birdline.
Around 7 Gang Gang Cockatoos have been sighted in Frankston flying east towards the former Karingal High School site, thanks Paul Taylor
2 immature White-Bellied Sea-Eagles were seen upstream of the Bushy Park bridge near Boisdale on the Avon River, thanks Duncan Fraser
3 Brolgas (2 adults and 1 Juvenile) were seen at Reedy Lake on the Bellarine Peninsula, thanks Ian Montgomery
Cattle Egrets have returned to Hamilton in South-west Victoria, at a similar time to previous years, thanks Steve Clark.
3 White-browed Babblers at Elphinstone, 15 km east of Castlemaine, thanks Bob & Sadhana Cook.
A Black Kite was sighted at Point Cook, which is significant for its proximity to Melbourne, thanks Peter Crabtree
A Black Bittern was sighted at the Wingan Inlet, on the Wingan River at Croajingalong National Park, thanks Ian Temby
Birdline Victoria is a service for birdwatchers to report and find out about rare and unusual birds in Victoria and is brought to you by the VicGroup of Birds Australia. Birdline can be contacted on (03) 9882 2390 or on the Internet at http://home.iprimus.com.au/scooney/index.htm
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