3 Brolgas were seen in a paddock near the Austin Road
Lagoons, looking towards Avalon Airport, in the Western Treatment Plant, thanks
A morning trip to the You Yangs revealed among many active birds 3
Diamond Firetails and 2 Painted Button-Quail, thanks
Highlights of an excursion to the Werribee Treatment Plant were
copious numbers of Freckled Duck, an Australasian Bittern, and two
White-bellied Sea Eagles (1 adult and 1 juvenile), thanks Debra
Fifteen White-throated Needletails hawking over Wesley
College - Glen Waverley campus, thanks Paul Rose.
Four 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
A 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.
Two Swift Parrots were sitting on a nearby tree on the east
side carpark of the Southland Shopping Centre, thanks Albert Shirlton.
Chris Coleborn saw a Major Mitchell's Cockatoo on the edge
of Cohuna township with a flock of Galahs.
A single grey morph Eastern Reef Egret was seen at Swan Bay
(Queenscliff) next to where the train line intersects with Fellows Rd, thanks
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