Coast highlights

To: Canberra birds <>
Subject: Coast highlights
From: Marnix Zwankhuizen <>
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2012 17:24:33 +1100
Your post has reminded me to report my sightings from a couple of
trips to the south coast.

>From 23-25 January we were down at Kioloa. At least one vocal Scarlet
Honeyeater in the trees and a pair of Hooded Plovers on the beach.

>From 28 January-4 February I was at Mollymook and a side trip to Lake
Tabourie produced 3 Little Terns (one a young bird). Also some 20
Red-capped Plovers present.


On 2/9/12, wallaces <> wrote:
> Highlights of a couple of days at the south coast were close views of an
> Eastern Reef Egret (Lake Tabourie), Glossy Black Cockatoos and several Sooty
> Oystercatchers, and a group of 202 Bar-tailed Godwits (count from photos
> used to create that attached panorama) at Narooma. Also a juvenile Koel was
> being fed by Red Wattlebirds in the Ulladulla carpark near Coles and
> Double-banded Plover was at Lake Tabourie.
> Steve

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