Sunbird in the Blue Mountains?

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Subject: Sunbird in the Blue Mountains?
From: "Evan Beaver" <>
Date: Tue, 2 May 2006 20:38:29 +1000
Interested Birders,

I'm going over to see Mum tomorrow and to have a look around for the bird.
I'll get the proper details of the siting and a description.

On 5/2/06, Chris Brandis <> wrote:

Hi Evan
If you still have the unusual record form I sent you for the Pacific
Swallow then get your mother to fill it out. We have just reviewed the
sighting of a female caught near Newcastle by someone who used to live
with these in Queensland.  If records are not submitted officially then
they die in the waste basket of the computer.
Cheers  Chris

Evan Beaver wrote:

>My Mother, also a Blue Mountainsite has spotted a Sun-Bird in their
>backyard. The identification is unmistakeable; bright yellow with a dark
>and curved bill. We both doubt it got there of its own accord; is it a
>common aviary species? If so is anyone missing a male Sun-bird?  I'd be
>interested to hear any opinions you have on the matter.
>Evan Beaver
>Lapstone, Blue Mountains, NSW
>lat=-33.77, lon=150.64
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