Birdline Northern Territory Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Northern Territory Weekly Update
Date: 28 May 2012 01:30:35 +1000

Birdline Northern Territory

Published sightings for the week ending 27 May 2012.

Sun 27 May Painted Finch Emily Gap, east of Alice Springs
Two Painted Finches came into drink in the waterhole at Emily Gap at about 8.30 am
Murray Lord, Bruce Wedderburn

Fri 25 May Grey Honeyeater Tanami Track
Grey Honeyeaters still present in the area previously reported on the Tanami Track. We found one a bit short of 50km along the track.
Murray Lord, Bruce Wedderburn

Thu 24 May Princess Parrot Newhaven Reserve
Princess Parrot (20) - At least 20 birds seen in the early morning, with largest flock of 12 birds and other separate flocks of 3 and 4 birds. Birds moved away after sunrise. Two birds seen later on in morning fairly close to where we were standing.
Bruce Wedderburn, Murray Lord

Wed 23 May Chestnut-quilled Rock-Pigeon Kakadu NP Nourlangi rock.
A pair of birds sighted on hilltop walk. Birds were very quiet and rather tame.
Ben Weston

Princess Parrot Newhaven Station
33 Birds in total seen today. Some feeding activity seen also.
Peter Struik and Toni Marsh

Sun 20 May Rainbow itta Nourlangi rock, Kakadu NP
Sited at the base of the escarpment on the Barrk walk. In view for about a min, with the bird just going about his business without stress or bother.
Ben Weston

Black-banded Friut-Dove Nourlangi Rock, Kakadu NP
Single bird sighted along the Barrk walk in the raiforest gully at the begining of the walk. Bird sat still for about a min before flying across the vally into a dense fig tree.
Ben Weston

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