Western Gerygone at Wperfeld?

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Subject: Western Gerygone at Wperfeld?
From: Steve Clark <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 16:00:24 +1000
G'day all

A great way to check if your sighting is unusual or out of range is to
visit the Birdata site (  This is where Birdlife
Australia has a public access to its Atlas data.

Western Gerygone has been recorded in the new Atlas sporadically from
near Dunkeld in sw Victoria to the Murray River in the nw Victoria.
There are records in the western Grampians area, the Little Desert,
Wyperfeld, Hattah and Murray-Sunset parks.

I haven't seen them in this side of the state though!

Send your records in Patrick and add to the knowledge.

Steve Clark

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