Birdline Australian Capital Territory Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Australian Capital Territory Weekly Update
Date: 2 Dec 2013 03:01:03 +1000

Birdline Australian Capital Territory

Published sightings for the week ending 1 Dec 2013.

Sun 1 Dec Black Honeyeater Jaramlee Pond
At least 4 (hard to keep track of them all, but saw four at the same time) birds, at least two males. Feeding in the low bushes and perching in the casuarinas along the bike path that leads away from the pond, towards the road. Several photos taken.
Julian Teh

Sat 30 Nov Rufous Fantail Campbell Park and environs
A solitary Rufous Fantail was observed at the northern end of the park.
Alastair Smith

Sat 30 Nov Pied Cormorant Lake Burley Griffin, East Basin
Six Pied Cormorants on the eastern shore of East Basin LBG ~100m north of the mouth Jerrabomberra Creek. Numerous Little Black Cormorants, Great Cormorants and Pelicans also present at the same location. Observed from a kayak around 5pm Saturday 30 November.
Leo Berzins

Black Honeyeater Jaramlee Ponds, Dunlop
At least two males and a female in the flowering shrubs just above the pond at around 8.30 this morning. Still there a couple of hours later.
Peter Christian

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