Woodland survey Goorooyaroo North

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Subject: Woodland survey Goorooyaroo North
From: "Nicki Taws" <>
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2013 06:51:52 +1000


The woodland bird survey in the northern half of Goorooyaroo was carried out on a cool but mercifully still  morning. Highlights were Painted Button-quail, Red-capped Robin, Owlet-nightjar, and multiple sightings of Superb Parrot. Spring migrants were very vocal; both gerygones, Sacred Kingfisher, Olive-backed Oriole, Shining Bronze-Cuckoo, Pallid Cuckoo, Rufous Whistlers in abundance, and one White-winged Triller. Golden Whistler and White-eared Honeyeater were still present. Little Ravens were common. 48 species in total.




Nicki Taws

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