BIRDLINE NSW - update 19.6.95

Subject: BIRDLINE NSW - update 19.6.95
From: (Chris Gladwin)
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 1995 16:11:00 +0000
     As well as the seawatches off Long Reef over the weekend another at 
     Maroubra did in fact reveal one "lucky to be alive" Wandering 
     Albatross; together with a yellow-nosed, 4 white-fronted Terns and 22 
     Gt-winged Petrels.   The missing Regent He have returned to Glen Davis 
     with 46 being counted yesterday feeding in mistletoe in the Casuarinas 
     along the Capertee river; which is great news.  Also at Glen Davis 
     were the 16 Swift Parrots that I had failed to find two weeks ago!  
     They were on the second stretch of tar on the hill.  A Regent He was 
     seen in a garden in Blacktown on one day.  Plum-headed Finches were 
     reported from the road between Sandy Hollow and Mudgee. 
Chris Gladwin

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