There were 2 Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters sitting on exposed branches at Pt
Edwards Reserve, St Leonards. Viewed from the new board walk near the threatened
Species sign, thanks Peter Fuller.
A pair of Pied Honeyeaters seen feeding in flowering mistletoe on a Red
Box (Eucalyptus polyanthemos) along with Painted Honeyeater and six other
honeyeater species. Local observers have reported both these species as well as
several Black Honeyeaters approximately 1.5km north of Chiltern township, thanks
There were lots of Latham's Snipe and Red-kneed Dotterels feeding out in
the open in the daytime, on the mud flats at Lake Guyatt, Sale, thanks Duncan
There were 8 Spiny Cheeked Honeyeaters were seen at the Western Treatment
Plant, Werribee, thanks Peter Fuller
Long-billed Corellas were heard at around 10 pm in Preston, near the
intersection of High and Gower Street, thanks Leonie Greiner
4 Black Kites were seen over the Castlemaine tip, thanks John
A single Kelp Gull on rocks at Separation Creek, near Wye River, on the
Great Ocean Road, thanks Tim Dolby .
Highlights of the Port Fairy Pelagic in February include 1 Northern Giant
Petrel, 5 White-headed Petrels, 5 Gould's Petrels, 6 White-chinned Petrels, 5
Grey-backed Storm-petrels and 4 Long-tailed Jaegers, thanks Mike Carter .
There were 2 adult Brolgas and one very small chick at the end of Station
Road, Moolap on Reedy Lagoon, thanks John Moverly.
A male Pied Honeyeater was seen at Hattah National Park, thanks Simon
A group of 6 to 8 Ground Cuckoo-shrikes seen feeding in open area of low
saltbushes near mallee trees, near Koorlong gliding club, southwest of Mildura,
thanks Simon Starr.
Banded Lapwings were in a paddock beside the Muckleford, Yapeen road,
about 18 birds comprising chicks and immature birds, thanks John
A number of Black Honeyeaters have been at the Campbelltown cemetery for
a few weeks and also sighted at the Castlemaine Golf Course, thanks John
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