Redthroat in the Coorong NP

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Subject: Redthroat in the Coorong NP
From: "Green" <>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 07:13:29 +0930
While conducting OBP surveys in the Coorong on Sat 13th Sep myself, William 
Brooker, Les Moore and Lisa Girdham stumbled across a bird which we couldn't 
identify at the time, a few photos were taken and sent to a few people to help 
ID this bird. Thanks to all those people for commenting on the photos, and 
particularly Mike Carter and Sean Dooley the identification was resolved as a 
Redthroat. This is a long way from the nearest record and further still from 
their normal range.
The bird was seen on a lake edge in amongst Shrubby Glasswort along the 42 Mile 
Crossing track in the Coorong NP, and was mostly on its own but did mix in with 
a small flock of White-fronted Chats when it was flushed.

Bob Green
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