A Black Falcon was seen flying over the Spit Lagoons at the
Werribee Sewage Farm, thanks Joy Tansey.
A Powerful Owl can be seen in the Botanic Gardens at the
moment, on the right hand (eastern) side of the path just before the Perennial
Border - enter via F Gate (Birdwood Ave) and follow the main path for c100m,
thanks Hugo Phillips.
A Wedge-tailed Eagle was perched on a fence post, very near
the Paradise Road Ponds at the Western Treatment Plant . (37 59 87 - 144 33 99),
thanks Shirley Cameron .
There was a Pallid Cuckoo just out of Maffra, and a
Fan-tailed Cuckoo was sitting on the fence at Duncan Fraser's
A White-bellied Sea-eagle was seen at Lake Hattah in the
Hattah-Kulkyne National Parka and a pair of Mulga Parrots on the Lendrook Plain,
thanks Isaac Clarey.
An enormous flock of 200+ Australian Pelican was seen on
the Geelong Road, near Altona – heading in the direction of Port Phillip Bay,
thanks Tim Dolby
A Striated Fieldwren seen at the Werribee Sewage Farm in
the heather near the junction of Austin Road and Kirk Point, thanks Angela
One Pink-eared Duck was seen at Banyule Flats, Heidelberg,
thanks Celia Browne.
The 2 Cape Barren Geese were again seen at 2 at Paradise
Road Lagoons, Werribee Sewerage Farm, thanks Neville Pamment.
The Powerful Owl was not seen at the Botanical
Gardens on the 14th, thanks Fiona Anderson
24th of June the Azure Kingfisher was still at the confluence
of Merri Ck and the Yarra right under the freeway bridges and 20 m downstream of
the Alexandra Parade drain outfall, thanks Neville Pamment.
The four Brolga were still present at Reedy Lake, Lake
Connewarre (Lake Moolap Rd entrance) on the 22nd of June check the last ploughed paddock on the right
hand (western) side of Moolap road just before you get to the wetland thanks
Lake Lorne the number of Freckled Duck has increased from 30 to
approximately 150 birds! On the
22nd of June they were near the main road and were very easy to see, thanks
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