Birdline Australia Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Australia Weekly Update
Date: 1 Sep 2014 07:12:22 +1000
   Birdline Australia

   Published sightings for the week ending 31 Aug 2014.

   Thu 28 Aug Citrine Wagtail (Subject to submission to BARC) Putta Bucca
   Wetlands, Mudgee
   A single Citrine Wagtail was sighted this morning walking along the
   shoreline in front of the reed bed near the first bird hide (near the
   truck). It was seen twice and then lost to view. On checking form the
   other side it was not to be seen. A pair of Red-kneed Dotterels had
   been chasing a pair of Black-fronted Dotterels in the same area.
   Pink-eared and Pacific Black Ducks, Grey and Chestnut Teal and
   Australian Shovelers were on the water. [Moderator's note (NH):
   Sightings of Citrine Wagtail should be submitted to BARC. So far only
   three Citrine Wagtails have been accepted by BARC: Botany Bay, NSW,
   1962; Goolwa, SA, 1987; Christmas Island, 2009.]
   Sue Chatfield
   Sat 23 Aug Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross (BARC submission in prep),
   White-headed Petrel Offshore--Wollongong pelagic
   Highlights of the Saturday pelagic were: 1 Atlantic Yellow-nosed
   Albatross (BARC submission in prep), 2 White-headed Petrels and 15-20
   Pygmy Killer Whales. Attached photos by Duade Paton. A detailed trip
   report will be posted on the SOSSA website soon.
   Nikolas Haass and all on the Sandra K
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