Birdline Western Australia Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Western Australia Weekly Update
Date: 18 Feb 2013 01:32:12 +1000

Birdline Western Australia

Published sightings for the week ending 17 Feb 2013.

Sun 10 Feb Lesser Black-backed Gull Broome Waste Management Facility, Western Australia
The Gull was reported at about 9 am on Sunday and I saw it at about 5 pm. Seems to spend a lot of time away from the tip as I did not see it during a number of extended visits on Saturday and Sunday. Thanks to George Swann for his assistance on this.
Mark Stanley

Fri 8 Feb Black Honeyeater Newman Rocks, west of Balladonia, Western Australia
About 10, mostly adult male, dispersed through upper branches of eucalypt woodland in area of approx 2 ha.
Jim Allen

New Holland Honeyeater Eucla, Western Australia
At least 2 New Hollands plus 2 Brown Honeyeaters in blossoming eucalypt next toTelegraph Station ruin. White fronted Honeyeaters (only) observed on the move, flying east, here and (on 9/2) sites visited along the SA Nullarbor coast.
Jim Allen

Great Crested Grebe Lake Richmond, Rockingham, Western Australia
I've not see the GCG at this location previously. Just one bird sighted, but there may be more than one.
Snez Plunkett

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