Sydney sightings

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Subject: Sydney sightings
From: "Murray Lord" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 06:08:28 +1000
Some sightings that were reported to Birdline NSW over the last week may be of 

a male SATIN BOWERBIRD was reported from Clovelly in Sydney's east by Dave 

there is an as yet unconfirmed report of a WHITE WINGED CHOUGH in a paddock at 
McPherson Street, Warriewood.

a couple of POWERFUL OWLS have been reported in the city.  One was outside a 
North Sydney office for a couple of days last week, and another is roosting 
outside the Australian Museum in William Street.  It was still there on Monday 
3 April.  It's in the small group of trees to the east of the William Street 
exit (i.e. between there and the driveway).  Unfortunately as the whole of the 
footpath along that block of William Street is being repaved, access isn't easy.

Murray Lord
Birdline NSW - tel 02 9439 9536

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