Thanks to everyone who sent me advice on places to go birding between
Canberra and Dubbo (NSW).
We had lunch on the way up from Canberra at Gum Swamp (Forbes) - 3 Glossy
Ibis, 40 Whiskered Terns plus usual waterfowl. Spent all day Monday at
Western Plains Zoo - many wild birds including Black Kite, Yellow-throated
and Noisy Miner, Blue-faced and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Apostlebird,
White-browed Babbler, Red-capped Robin, Peaceful Dove, Pied Butcherbird,
etc and a Goanna. I spent Sunday and Monday afternoons in Goonoo SF to the
north at Paddy's Dam (Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Mallee Ringnecks) and at a
dam on Mogriguy Forest Rd (Striped Honeyeater, Little Friarbirds, Mallee
Ringnecks) among rusting car wrecks. Around Mogriguy saw plenty of Blue
Bonnets, an Emu and Inland Thornbills and at Tabralgar 3 Black Kites. I
wish I had more time to explore Goonoo as its an amazing place.
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