Black Honeyeaters and Crimson Chats at Noccundra

Subject: Black Honeyeaters and Crimson Chats at Noccundra
From: Patrick Scully <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2010 16:27:45 +1000
Hi all,
After getting a good tip from David and Cathy who were camping at
Kilcowera, I headed to a spot just before Noccundra, opposite the cemetery
sign, a few minutes down a bush track. I found Black Honeyeaters and Crimson
Chats and  while trying to get a better look at a male Crimson Chat,
discovered a juvenile Cinnamon Quail-thrush in my bins. The Crimson Chats
are not in full breeding plumage. I had no luck with Barking Owl, that David
and Cathy heard while staying in the motor camp at Thargomindah.
Patrick scully


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