Far South Coast (NSW) migrants

To: Barbara Jones <>
Subject: Far South Coast (NSW) migrants
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 18:07:41 +0930
Oi, stop pinching my clients ! Pest.

At 12:13  18/10/00 +1000, you wrote:
It is interesting to follow reports of migrants as they progress south and now advise arrival dates at Nethercote which is coastal/rural, less than 50 kms from the Victorian border (as the crow flies).

Pallid Cuckoo  16/9
Brush Cuckoo  28/9
Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo  21/8
Shining Bronze-Cuckoo  5/8
Channel-billed Cuckoo  19/9
Sacred Kingfisher  23/9
White-throated Gerygone  8/10
Rufous Whistler  17/9
Black-faced Monarch  2/10
Leaden Flycatcher  28/9
Cicadabird  16/10
Olive-backed Oriole  28/7
Dusky Woodswallow  3/9
Tree Martin  30/7

Still waiting for:
White-throated Nightjar
Rufous Fantail

This month we have Topknot Pigeons (up to 6) reported from near Millingandi, Bournda and Lochiel.  Also Figbirds as far south as Eden.  Common Myna reported from Cobargo (4), Bemboka (1) and Eden (1) All mynas accompanying Starlings.

We have two teams entering the Twitchathon and will accept sponsors up until  October 27 if anyone missed Tony Russell with their pledge! Just email me! BJ

Barbara Jones
Sec, Far South Coast Birdwatchers (NSW)

   Birding South Australia with Adelaide Birding 4WD
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