Brolgas feeding in a stubble field near Reedy Lake Wildlife Reserve
Moolap, thanks Ron Corinaldi.
Singing Honeyeaters and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters
have been seen since the 10th of April, near Sandringham Harbour on the cliff
above Sailboard HQ, thanks Michael Norris
flock of 9 Hooded Plovers including one juvenile feeding at the eastern
end of Lake Victoria near the Emily St entrance of Lake Victoria, Point
Lonsdale, thanks Ron Corinaldi.
Swift Parrots were sitting on a nearby tree on the east side carpark of
the Southland Shopping Centre, thanks Albert Shirlton.
Coleborn saw a Major Mitchell's Cockatoo on the edge of Cohuna township
with a flock of Galahs.
single grey morph Eastern Reef Egret was seen at Swan Bay (Queenscliff)
next to where the train line intersects with Fellows Rd, thanks Tim
Buff-banded Rail was in the small rush area just east of the St. Kilda
St. bridge over the Elster Creek/Elwood Canal (Melways 67 D4) on the 20th of
May, thanks Michael Norris
Swift Parrots were again seen at Monash Uni on the 16th of
May. Parking in the area can be
difficult and restrictions are enforced and the birds tend to move on after 3pm,
thanks Merrilyn Serong.
single Regent Honeyeater was again seen on the 11th with six
other species of honeyeater at Honeyeater (Cyanide) Dam in Chiltern National
Park, thanks Ian Temby.
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