Birdline Northern Territory Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Northern Territory Weekly Update
Date: 30 May 2011 01:30:43 +1000

Birdline Northern Territory

Published sightings for the week ending 29 May 2011.

Sat 28 May Gouldian Finch Pine Creek
A single young adult bird flew into a tree 100 meters past the grid leading to the Copperfield Dam on the left side of the road about 20 meters in.
Gary Oliver

Thu 26 May Australian Bustard Airport Estate, Colonel Rose Drive, Alice Springs
Seen standing only a few metres from the roadside along the south-eastern side of Colonel Rose Drive in the late afternoon. Perhaps the only sighting of this species this close to town for many years.
Matt Le Feuvre per Chris Watson

Sun 22 May Grey Falcon Stuart Hwy at 24 54 18S 133 11 46E
Grey Falcon (1) Bird was sitting in a dead tree near the rest stop in late morning. Seemed to be watching four Australian Hobbies playing in the wind.
Jeanie Burrell

Black-chinned Honeyeater Serpentine Gorge
2 groups of birds totalling about 12 individuals seen through the creek bed on the far side of the first waterhole.
Chris Watson

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