Rarity news from Cocos Islands

Subject: Rarity news from Cocos Islands
From: Rohan Clarke <>
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 09:53:03 +1100
Hi All,

Mike Carter and four others report the following rares from Cocos Islands in the last few days.

Hodgson's Hawk Cuckoo (1, possibly 2), Asian Koel (female), Yellow Bittern, Grey Wagtail, the long staying Eurasian Teal, a probable Japanese Sparrowhawk and an Intermediate Egret. Local resident Pam Jones has also had a Black Bittern (second record? for the islands) during the same period.

I think the group have a few more days here before they shift to Christmas Island.


Rohan Clarke


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