RFI Recent bird irruptions in outback Australia.

Subject: RFI Recent bird irruptions in outback Australia.
From: Ian A May <>
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2018 18:17:09 +1100
Gday all
With recent drought breaking rains across outback Qld, I am hoping to find 
areas where nomadic birds are responding as we speak. Usually the best response 
follows after severe drought so am wondering if irruptions are occurring 
anywhere the rains have fallen but particularly in areas from around Camooweal, 
Mt Isa, Cloncurry Longreach Windorah Boulia areas.
Some of the most enjoyable birding can be found in areas after a severe drought 
Spectacular increases of indicator species such as Cockateil, Budgerigars, 
Crimson Chat, White-bowed and Masked Woodswallows etc. would be most useful. 
Has anyone recently witnessed Budgerigah murmurations anywhere across the 
Any information about outback bird irruptions will be gratefully received. 
Ian MaySt Helens Tasmania. 

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