Birdline Australia Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Australia Weekly Update
Date: 24 Oct 2011 01:30:41 +1000

Birdline Australia

Published sightings for the week ending 23 Oct 2011.

Mon 17 Oct Green-headed Yellow Wagtail Palmerston Sewage Ponds, Northern Territory
Probable Green-headed Yellow Wagtail (M. taivana) at Palmerston Poo Ponds this morning. Happy for the ID to be discussed; the supercilium seems quite narrow. Also present were two M. tschutschensis, all 3 Wags being seen close to the 2nd and 3rd ponds to the right from the building. Also good numbers of White-winged Black Terns (and some Whiskered), a group of about a dozen Red-necked Stint, 4 Sharpies and a few Pacific Golden Plovers (as well as 100+ Common Sands scattered throughout).
Mick Roderick

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