Birdline Australian Capital Territory Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Australian Capital Territory Weekly Update
Date: 9 Jun 2014 03:01:13 +1000

Birdline Australian Capital Territory

Published sightings for the week ending 8 Jun 2014.

Sat 7 Jun Musk Lorikeet Wanniassa
This evening I found Musk Lorikeets in 2 locations in Wanniassa. 2 in Holden Crescent adjacent to Wanniassa Hills Primary School and 3 at the end of Byrne Street near the shops.
PJ Milburn

Thu 5 Jun White-bellied Cuckooshrike Diddams Close Park, Lake Ginninderra
One White-bellied Cuckooshrike (as reported on Tuesday by Dejan Stojanovic) associating with a Black-faced Cuckooshrike. Also male and female Crested Shrike-tits and good numbers of White-naped and Fuscous Honeyeaters.
Christine D.

Tue 3 Jun White-bellied Cuckooshrike, Grey Currawong Diddams Close Park, Lake Ginninderra
Both species near the newly fenced dog run.
Dejan Stojanovic

Sun 25 May Lewin's Honeyeater Australian National Botanic Gardens
One bird called twice and showed well at northern side of Rainforest Gully, about 50m uphill from the seed bank building, at 0845. [Moderator's comment: This bird was first reported on 11 May and has been observed many times since - most recently reported on 28 May. FA]
David Andrew

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