|Subject:||Birdline Victoria Update - 29/4/01|
|From:||Stuart Cooney <>|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Apr 2001 11:41:13 +1000|
Birdline Victoria Update
for the week ending 29/4/01|
It's been a time for Gang Gangs and Sea-Eagles, with people surprised at the proximity of the Gang Gangs to Melbourne's urban area and large numbers of immature Sea-Eagles being reported from around the state.
However the sighting of the week would have to be the White-fronted Honeyeaters at Leaghur State Forest.
2 Caspian Terns, one of which had a red leg band were seen at Ricketts Point in Beaumaris, thanks Alex Farias
Around 6 White-fronted Honeyeaters at Leaghur State Forest, between Kerang and Boort, thanks Chris Coleborn
More than 2 Gang Gang Cockatoos heard over Elwood at 8:00 am, thanks Aaron Organ
A large flock of approximately 50 Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoos seen flying over the Geelong Race Course, Breakwater, thanks Rodney Long
Around 7 Gang Gang Cockatoos have been sighted in Frankston flying east towards the former Karingal High School site, thanks Paul Taylor
2 immature White-Bellied Sea-Eagles were seen upstream of the Bushy Park bridge near Boisdale on the Avon River, thanks Duncan Fraser
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