Regent Bowerbird on the move?

To: Julie Neumann <>
Subject: Regent Bowerbird on the move?
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2018 14:58:50 +1100

Here is a snip from the eBird range map for Regent Bowerbird.

As you can see there are quite a few records just North of Gosford.​
Possibly this is influenced by the number of birders in the area.


Martin Butterfield

On 11 March 2018 at 14:25, Julie Neumann via Birding-Aus <
> wrote:

> My cousin who lives in Tumbi Umbi on the central coast north of Gosford
> NSW reports:
> 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
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