Black Honeyeaters and
Budgerigars were seen at Goschen Bushland Reserve - near the
communication Tower, and in the north-east of the reserve, thanks Tim
at the Tresco West Bushland Reserve - on the south side of the lake, thanks Tim
A Brush Cuckoo was recorded at George St. Reserve
(flew to golf course?), thanks Frank Stewart per Michael Norris
There was a White-winged Triller at Banksia
Reserve, Oak St, Beaumaris and a probable Triller by the
Council offices, Royal Avenue, thanks Michael Norris
There was a Sacred Kingfisher at Reno Road,
Sandringham Pauline Reynolds per Michael Norris
An Olive-backed Oriole was heard and then seen
just upstream of the Fairfield boathouse on the Yarra, thanks Bill Stent.
Krause Swamp near Lake Linlithgow (e of Hamilton) has about 800
Hardheads, thanks Steve Clark
There was a Painted Button-quail in Viewbank in
remnant woodland at end of Martins Lane, thanks Richard Loyn.
There was a female White-winged Triller in the
western block of the You Yangs Regional Park and a Singing
Bushlark at Peak School Rd, near the You Yangs Regional Park, thanks
2 pairs of White-winged Trillers were seen at the
T-section lagoons, Western Treatment Plant and a pair of Brolga
with a large chick - Point Wilson Rd (the usual location), thanks Richard
A Sacred Kingfisher was seen at Westgate Park,
Fisherman's Bend, thanks Richard Nowotny
An Azure Kingfisher was seen at Chelsworth Park,
Ivanhoe, hunting in a small lake to the south of the car park - to the left of
the cricket field, thanks Tim Dolby
There were 2 Olive Backed Orioles seen at Banyule
Flats, thanks James Bailey.
A white phase Grey Goshawk was seen twice being
pursued by Magpies over Pakenham Road, Cockatoo, thanks Noel Billing.
On Linsday Island (Murray Sunset Nat. Park) there were 2 pairs of
Banded Lapwing, both with young and on the border of Linsday
Island and Ned's Corner two Western Gerygones were seen, thanks
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