RFI Citrine Wagtail

To: Mark Clayton <>
Subject: RFI Citrine Wagtail
From: Judy Leitch <>
Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2014 17:14:19 +1000
Hi Mark

I saw the Citrine Wagtail today at 2:45pm. 

At the hide I met Brian and Judy Willey (who had driven down from the Sunshine 
Coast) - they arrived about an hour after I did at 12:45pm. 

It was blowing a gale in the wooden hide so we went outside and looked across 
towards the mud flat. I saw the wagtail at 
2:25pm beside the big dead tree - it then worked around to the mudflat at 
2:45pm. Great views had by Brian and myself until 3:15pm until it disappeared 
back the way it had come to the right of the wooden hide. 
A celebratory glass of red enjoyed by all. 


> On 7 Sep 2014, at 11:55 am, "Mark Clayton" <> wrote:
> Never having been to Mudgee I thought I would take the opportunity to head
> up from Canberra and see if I could find the Citrine Wagtail on Monday and
> Tuesday this week. Has anyone seen the bird in the last couple of days and
> if so where? I have seen the species in Sweden, where it seems to be as rare
> as it is in Australia, and in India so won't be devastated if I miss it.
> Still, it would be nice to get it on my Australian list.
> Many thanks,
> Mark
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