Brush Bronzewings and other Pigeons

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Subject: Brush Bronzewings and other Pigeons
From: Greg Wood <>
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2020 01:03:00 +0000

A bit belated I know, but on 8 September I sighted a Brush Bronzewing on Warks Road about 1 Km south of Warks’ intersection with the Brindabella/Piccadilly Circus Road, the sighting later confirmed by the Rarities Panel. Many thanks Panel.  On 15 September I saw two more in the same vicinity, roughly 3 kms along Brindabella Road from the T-intersection  at Uriarra Station.

I periodically see Wonga pigeons thereabouts, though not so far this spring.  I did recently hear one in the wetter forest along the gated section of Warks Road where it runs beside Lees Creek.

Greg Wood


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