Noisy Pitta at Bermagui, NSW Far South Coast

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Subject: Noisy Pitta at Bermagui, NSW Far South Coast
From: Tim Dolby <>
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2014 07:32:17 +0000
Hi all,

For anyone currently in the far south coast area of NSW, a single Noisy Pitta 
has been photographed by Christopher Hemmingsen at Bermagui. See If you want to 
look for the bird, there's a boardwalk at end of Wallaga St, Wallaga Lake. Walk 
to end of boardwalk and then past a little hut. Here you'll come to shaded bush 
area along path. This is where the bird was seen. (Interested to hear about any 
follow ups.)

As far as I can tell, this easily represents Australia's most southerly record 
for Noisy Pitta. Perhaps another sign of changing times along Australia's 
south-east coast. A winter - rather than summer - record also seems unusual.


Tim Dolby
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