Harrier was seen flying low over grassland and perching in dead trees at the
Hamilton Parklands reserve on the northern edge of the city, thanks Steve
A flock of 12
Blue-winged Parrots were seen feeding among the beaded glasswort patches
on the edges of Swan Bay near Queenscliff, thanks Ron Corinaldi.
Robins, an adult male and an immature male, were seen along the Djerriwarrh
Track in the Long Forest Flora Reserve, thanks Isaac Clarey.
In a garden in
Maffra, a party of seven Black-faced Cuckoo Shrikes, as well as a
Restless Flycatcher and a Fan-tailed Cuckoo, thanks Duncan
have been seen on the Western Highway, 4 km east of Stawell and 3 km east of
Kaniva, thanks Ian May.
Harrier was seen at the Western Treatment Plant, thanks Gil
A single Cape
Barren Goose observed with a large number of Australian White Ibis at
4pm on a small wetland on private land viewed from Coleman's Road, Lyndhurst,
thanks Sally Koehler.
Falcon was seen flying over the Spit Lagoons at the Werribee Sewage Farm,
thanks Joy Tansey.
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
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 was sitting on
the fence at Duncan Fraser's Maffra home.
There were 80
Double-banded Plovers [about 30 going into or already in breeding
plumage] at the Fitzroy River mouth, thanks Peter Lansley
An adult Kelp
Gull and a Sanderling at mouth of Surry River, Narrawong, thanks
6 Kelp Gulls
at Discovery Bay opposite Bridgewater Lakes, thanks Peter Lansley
Sea-eagle was seen at Lake Hattah in the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park and a
pair of Mulga Parrots on the Lendrook Plain, thanks Isaac Clarey.