Robins in Coopracambra NP in a burnt out section on the road to Beehive
Falls (About 5 km past Beehive falls, heading away from the Monaro Hwy), thanks
White-headed Pigeon - Cann River Caravan Park - In roost in gum
above first onsite caravan in the centre row (closest to entrance/toilet block),
thanks Peter Fuller.
Up to 50 Brolga were seen on the Blackwood Road, 10
kilometres south of Dunkeld, thanks Barbara Garrett.
A Magpie Goose was seen at Waterways Estate, Braeside,
thanks Greg Cobern.
A male Brush Bronzewing was seen on Sandringham Golf
Links, thanks Michael Norris.
A Powerful Owl sighted on a fence in Beamont Court
Montrose, thanks Sandra and Peter Hutchinson.
Honeyeaters, along with lots of Gang Gang Cockatoos,
were seen at Greenhills Road Dam in the Chiltern Box-Ironbark National Park.
Over 300 Corellas (mainly Long-billed
but many not identified) flying west over Brighton, thanks Michael
A Wedge-tailed Eagle was sighted in flight and observed
perched within 20 feet at Belfast Rd Montrose, thanks Sandra and Peter
Parrots in Montpellier Drive, Highton, Geelong, thanks John
Boobook was heard in the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, near the Fairy
Garden area, thanks Martin O'Brien.
A Black Falcon was drifting around the Trig Hill lookout
in the Cranbourne Royal Botanic Gardens annexe, thanks Jack Krohn.
A Sooty Oystercatcher at Altona Foreshore, not a common
bird in Port Phillip away from Mud Islands especially at the head of the bay
just 5 km from Port Melbourne, thanks Mike Carter.
The highlights of the Port Fairy pelagic trip include around 200
Fairy Prions, a large number of 11 Buller's
Albatross, distant views of a Sooty Albatross, 1
Grey-backed and 130 White-faced Storm
Petrels and 2 Long-tailed Jaegers, thanks Mike
The first of the wintering Scarlet Robins has arrived at
Royal Park, Melbourne in the scrubland near Manningham Rd, thanks Tim
2 Swift Parrots
in Montpellier Drive, Highton, Geelong, thanks John Newman.
Oystercatchers were still at Altona Foreshore, where Beach Rd joins
esplanade, thanks Peter Fuller
A mixed flock of
Long-billed and Little Corellas are still
present at the Dandenong off ramp from the South-eastern Freeway, thanks Martin
Musk Duck near Middle Brighton Pier first seen on 2/4 was still
there on the 21st, thanks Michael Norris
Long-billed and Little Corellas can be found
through out Melton and Melton South, thanks Micah Kawalek
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