Rainbow Bee-eaters in SW NSW/Binya SF

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Subject: Rainbow Bee-eaters in SW NSW/Binya SF
From: Peter Ewin <>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 21:56:09 +1000
Have been waiting for the Bee-eaters to turn up and have finally got a couple 
of records for this week:
Heard birds flying high over Store Creek at Cocoparra NP on Saturday 22nd 
(White-winged Trillers and Rufous Songlarks were present in the car park but 
they have been apparently present for a reasonable while). Went to the Painted 
Honeyeater site on Binya Stock Route - none present, but single Black-eared 
Cuckoo and White-fronted Honeyeaters were calling
Saw a single Bee-eater on the road east of Scotia Sanctuary (between Broken 
Hill and Wentworth) today. Other birds at Scotia were hybrid 
Black-eared/Yellow-throated Miners, Gilbert's Whistler, Chestnut Quail-thrush 
and Shy Heathwren amongst the usual mallee birds.
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