There was a Chestnut Rumped Heathwren seen
at Ironbark Basin, thanks Peter Bright.
There are several Spotless Crake at the
Floating Islands Nature Reserve, Stoneyford, west of Colac, thanks Ian
4 Swift Parrot were seen in East Geelong,
thanks Margaret Cameron.
A pair of Brolgas were seen near a dam,
West Berry Road, between Creswick and Clunes, thanks John Gregurke.
A Spotted Harrier was seen at the
Melbourne Water wetlands, Heatherton Rd/Monash Fwy, Dandenong North, thanks Greg
At the Grampians National Park, near western end of Cassidy
Gap track about 10k north of Dunkeld. The highlight was the large number of
Tawny-crowned Honeyeaters - possibly out-numbering the always
common New Hollands, thanks Steve Clark.
A Fan-tailed Cuckoo was observed June 9,
2003 on the fenceline adjoining the Surbiton Park Purification Plant dam, corner
of Butlers and Greigs Roads, Mount Cottrell, thanks Micah Kawalek.
2 Speckled Warblers were seen with a group
of Striated Thornbills, on a cleared property on Loves Lane in the Brisbane
Ranges, thanks Peter Fuller.
A Little Grassbird was calling and
glimpsed at the lake on Elsternwick Golf Course (Melway 67 D4). The first record of this species in the
City of Bayside since 5/2/1958, thanks Michael Norris.
There were 2 Speckled Warblers associating
with Striated Thornbills were seen at Love's Lane in the
Brisbane Ranges, near Geelong Victoria, thanks Peter Fuller.
A male Rose Robin seen along river walk at
Queens Park (Geelong) by members of BELLBOCA, thanks Peter Bright.
A Black Kite was observed over Branch
Road, Little River, 400 meters west of Farrars Road intersection, thanks Micah
There were 2 Swift Parrots in a yellow gum
in the West Wail Flora Reserve, 15 kms south of Dimboola, thanks Ian
Regent Honeyeater outside the Whispering Gums Motel, in
Newstead was still there on the 10th, thanks Chris Tzaros.
Oriental Pratincole was still present at its now usual spot at
Paradise Road (at the end) near the Little River (east side of the Paradise
Lagoons) in the Western Treatment Plant, on the 9th thanks Aaron
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