Regarding Trillers, their presence in the Riverina at the present is
unbelievable. They are in greater numbers than I have ever seen before in
the Riverina since moving up here in 1999. Almost any timbered area on the
Plains has a triller or more.
Letter-winged Kite has also been recently observed near Booroorban, as have
Orange and Crimson Chats (on the Hay Plains), Ground Cuckoo-Shrikes west
near Kyalite and a single Black Honeyeater has already been observed for the
season in Deniliquin.
Fauna Project Officer
State Forests of NSW
Ph. 03 5881 2266 Fax. 03 5881 4200
PO Box 610 Deniliquin NSW 2710
> -----Original Message-----
> From: michael hunter [SMTP:
> Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 2:29 PM
> Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] White-winged Trillers.
> Hi All,
> Trillers must be irrupting, three males interrupted my
> efforts in Mulgoa Valley on the weekend. Hundreds of Silvereyes, Tasmanian
> buff-flanked form, travelling south down the Valley flyway. No Honeyeaters
> apart from Noisy Friarbirds. Fairy Martins back this morning.
> Michael Hunter
> Mulgoa Valley
> 50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge
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