Coorong birds...

To: Kirri Neways <>
Subject: Coorong birds...
From: David Clark <>
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2016 02:15:11 +0000
It sounds like you had a great visit Kirri!

My cousin took me camping on the Coorong last March and the birdlife seen from 
her boat was incredible in terms of the sheer numbers of ducks, pelicans, 
cormorants, terns, gulls, egrets, etc.



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> On 15 Jan 2016, at 12:46 PM, Kirri Neways <> wrote:
> Hi there
> Just a brief message about some beautiful birds on the Coorong near Salt 
> creek SA I viewed today 15th Jan and yesterday in case anyone is going past 
> this way in their travels...
> Malleefowl x2 (on an active mound for 45 minutes)
> Banded Stilts x 50 (Amazing)
> White-fronted chats x15
> Southern-scrub robins x3 (great views)
> Southern emu wrens x 5 (showing well)
> Spotted Pardalotes x3
> Mallee Ringneck x4
> Spiny cheeked Honeyeaters
> Purple-gaped Honeyeater x 5 
> Grey Currawongs x4
> Australian Shelducks (too many to count)
> Red capped plovers (too many to count)
> Pelicans
> No Rufous Bristlebird YET
> Still daylight yet...
> If you want further details, feel free to contact me via email😀
> Kirri 
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