Re:Arrivals of White-throated Gerygones in the Sydney Region

Subject: Re:Arrivals of White-throated Gerygones in the Sydney Region
From: praccus <>
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:27:21 +0930
Hi all,
Whilst on the great north walk recently I noted White-throated Gerygones on two consecutive days; first coming down Milligans ridge, south of Yarramalong, (30th August), and the next, further
north on the Cedar Brush track.

Also, amongst others, in a nice clump of Casuarina habitat, whilst stomping up the hill from the Congewai valley to the Myall range, a fine small family of Glossy Black Cockatoos seen cracking nuts for an extended period of time. This was the only sight or sounding of Glossy Blacks in 10 days walking from Cowan to Heaton Gap.

  Ben Currie

White-throated Gerygones were on Mayfair Rd Mulgoa ( 50 km west of Sydney) a
week ago and again yesterday. Koel and Reed Warbler today plus very
aggressive Golden Bronze Cuckoos

Hi Birders,

I note that Colin Driscoll says that WT Gerygones were calling at west of Scone last weekend but that they are not in more coastal areas as yet. However they were reported by Keith Brandwood for Wilberforce on 1/9 and at Broke and Quorrobolong 4/9/07.

Alan Morris

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