Unknown call, Wilson's Prom

To: Bill Stent <>
Subject: Unknown call, Wilson's Prom
From: James Mustafa Jazz Orchestra <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 2015 04:43:10 +0000
A birder I know claimed he heard one once in Croajingolong NP during June,
maybe some do hang around? I have no idea but would be keen to hear what
others think.


On Sat, Jul 4, 2015 at 2:26 PM, Bill Stent <> wrote:

> Hi all, I was camping at Roaring Meg on Monday night when a bird called.
> It was about 2am, and cloudy, so it was dark. By the sound of it, the bird
> was flying around the campsite. The call sounded a bit (actually quite a
> lot) like Spotted Nightjars I've heard in the Big Desert, so I guessed it
> was a White Throated, which would have been a tick. But - no see, no tick.
> But aren't they a Summer visitor? Does anyone know if some of these birds
> overwinter, and if not, what the bird could have been?
> Bill
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