Regent Bowerbird on the move?

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Subject: Regent Bowerbird on the move?
From: Julie Neumann via Birding-Aus <>
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2018 14:25:36 +1100
My cousin who lives in Tumbi Umbi on the central coast north of Gosford NSW 
Last week I saw a Regent Bowerbird male with his very distinctive golden head 
and wing patches.
Never seen one in last twenty years here. My bird book is 1991 vintage and 
tells me that southern boundary for this species is Hawkesbury River.
Is this unusual or just part of the warming trend?
Julie Neumann
0247393063preferred. 0429130679

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