Hi Chris, here's some additions to the Lake Cargelligo area bird list, hope it
helps. Some records are historic, most verified, although some may need further
verification. If you need specific details on any just let me know.
Blue-billed Duck: single record Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works (2011)
Musk Duck: several records Lake Cargelligo (lake) (1955, 2011)
Australasian Bittern: several records Lake Cargelligo (1955 and 2011)
Australian Little Bittern: several records Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment
Square-tailed Kite: single record Lake Cargelligo (lake) (2011)
Grey Falcon: single record Round Hill Nature Reserve (2009)
Spotless Crake: regularly seen at the Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works.
Banded Lapwing: regularly seen, 'Chat Alley' for example.
Wood Sandpiper: regularly seen at the Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works.
Little Stint: single record Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works (2011)
Pectoral Sandpiper : single record Nielsons Lane Wildlife Refuge, Lake
Australian Painted Snipe: several records at Lake Cargelligo (lake),
Condobolin-Lake Cargelligo Rd and Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works (all
White-winged Black Tern: single record Lake Cargelligo (2008)
Eastern Rosella: several records such as Lake Cargelligo and Koyuna (2012)
Blue-winged Parrot: several records Weethalle (2007), Lake Cargelligo (2009)
and The Nobbies (2009)
Turquoise Parrot: single record Round Hill Nature Reserve (2011)
Red-winged Parrot: single record Lake Cargelligo (2008)
Australian Koel: single record Lake Cargelligo (2011)
Golden Whistler: several records (1978, 1980, 2011)
Horsfield's Bushlark: 'Chat Alley', near Lake Cargelligo (2011)
Golden-headed Cisticola: several records Lake Cargelligo Sewage Treatment Works
European Goldfinch: Lake Cargelligo (1955)
Eurasian Tree Sparrow: single record Rankins Springs (1975)
Also Greylag Goose (Feral): single record Lake Cargelligo (2009)
On Behalf Of Chris Lloyd
Sent: Monday, 18 June 2012 10:21 AM
Subject: RFI Lake Cargelligo Bird list
I offered to redraft the Lake Cargelligo bird list while I was there some weeks
ago. I have drafted a rough new list but it occurs to me one of the best
resources for such an exercise is the subscribers to birding-aus. If any of you
out there would like to have a look and compare with your own list please reply
to me off line and I will forward the draft. I am also drafting some rough
birding routes for the area and any suggestions in this department would also
be most welcome.
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