Birdline Victoria Update - 14 June 2004

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Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:50:32 +1000
Birdline Victoria Update No. 164
For the week ending: 14 June, 2004

13 June
7 Gang-gang Cockatoos were next to the walking path on the north bank of the
Yarra River, 200 metres west of the Burke Rd bridge, Ivanhoe, thanks James

12 June
An adult White-bellied Sea-Eagle was seen over the Werribee Open Range Zoo,
as well as up to 6 Buff-banded Rails scavenging around the picnic area.

11 June
A single Wedge-tailed Eagle was seen flying in a south-easterly direction
over the intersection of Station and Richards Road, Melton South, thanks
Micah Kawalek.

10 June
A small group of Red-rumped Parrots were seen feeding on the ground in Royal
Park South, adjacent to the intersection of Macarthur Road and The Avenue in
Parkville, thanks Micah Kawalek.

8 June
In the Geelong region there were 3 Wedge-tailed Eagles sitting on the same
branch in a tree above the Anglesea Coalmine, a wintering Eastern Curlew at
the Barwon River estuary, Sheepwash Road and 2 Black-tailed Native-hens at
Airey's Inlet swamp, thanks Peter Fuller.

8 June
There were two of Little Eagles gliding up to 100m over the south-west end
of Cherry Lake just beyond the hide, also where Cherry Creek meets the bay,
there was a single Little Egret, thanks Vin Lam.

8 June
North of Maffra in the foothills, hundreds of Eastern Spinebills in
flowering Red Box, also quite a few Crescent Honeyeaters, thanks Duncan

6 June
A Little Eagle was seen at Braeside Metropolitan Park (Southern picnic
ground), possibly the same one that was reported from the Eastern treatment
plant last weekend, thanks Giles Daubeney.

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