Birdline South Australia Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline South Australia Weekly Update
Date: 28 Apr 2014 03:02:02 +1000

Birdline South Australia

Published sightings for the week ending 27 Apr 2014.

Fri 25 Apr Crested Bellbird, Purple-crowned Lorikeet, White-fronted Honeyeater Brookfield Conservation Park
A great morning today at Brookfield. Large numbers of Chestnut-crowned Babblers and Chestnut-rumped Thornbills. Crested Bellbirds (3) were seen foraging on the ground. No less than 100 Purple-crowned Lorikeets were found feeding in flowering eucalypts along the Mallee Drive.
Benjamin and Peter Harms

Mon 21 Apr Blue Bonnet Turn off to Gluepot Reserve in Taylorville opposite Christadelphian Hall
Flew across the bitumen road into the trees opposite the hall on the corner. Flushed as we drove back to the bitumen.
Phil Hunter

Sun 20 Apr Chestnut-breasted Whiteface Bob Bon Station (north )
Three adult birds sighted on fence line in blue bush, buckshot landscape on this Bush Heritage property. Shy hard to obsreve but flew to open perch and good views obtained of the chestnut band. White-winged Blue Wrens also present. Private property - access only by arrangement with Bush Heritage.
Gerard O'Neill, Mike Chuk, Julia Harris and Irene O'Neill

Sat 19 Apr Rock Parrot Port Lincoln
2 birds feeding in grassy area between Port Lincoln Tourist Park and Parnkalla Trail.
Jon and Alison Elliott

Wed 16 Apr Chestnut Quail-thrush Road from Gawler Ranges to Kimba - approx 20 km from Gawler Ranges Eastern Entrance
Flushes from the side of the road as we drove through the adjacent station.
Phil Huntet

Sat 12 Apr Apostlebird Gladstone township, mid-north SA
Small party of approx. 8 birds seen on southern boundary of town. On the roadside adjacent to large stand of pines where speed limit changes from 60-80kph.
David Hartland

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