Mulgoa birds

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Subject: Mulgoa birds
From: "Michael Hunter" <>
Date: Mon, 25 May 2015 11:17:31 +1000
Hi All.

          Have had some unusual sightings over the last week in Mulgoa Valley 
in the vicinity of Mayfair Rd.   A single SEA EAGLE near a dam on the E side of 
Mulgoa Rd near the Waste Services,  a PAINTED BUTTON QUAIL crossing Mayfair Rd 
about half way up the  hill,  nesting KING PARROTS with cheeping young in a 
branch hollow on Mulgoa Creek, the resident pair of  JACKY WINTERS at the top 
of Mayfair and a single on Mulgoa Creek,   ROSE ROBIN on the creek, a lone 
WHITE-PLUMED HONEYEATER, rarely sighted here, feeding on banksias in a planted 
native garden, BOOBOOK OWL on the drive. Plus the usual thirty odd spp ranging 
from Sparrowhawk through House Sparrows, Australasian Grebes, Moorhens and 
Purple Gallinules, Cattle Egrets, to Satin Bowerbirds, and an occasional 
FANTAILED CUCKOO calling. Pied Currawongs making a terrible mess with 
regurgitated White Cedar berries.

                                          Cheers           Michael
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