RFI Recent outback nomadic bird movements

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Subject: RFI Recent outback nomadic bird movements
From: Ian May <>
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2018 17:59:19 +1100
Gday All

I am hoping to plot where outback nomadic birds are moving due to recent rains. Often the best outback winter birding can be found after a prolonged drought is broken by substantial autumn rains. Wondering if anyone has noticed local irruptions occurring in areas from around Camooweal, Mt Isa, Cloncurry, Longreach, Windorah, Boulia areas etc.

I would particularly appreciate information about recent spectacular increases of indicator species such as Cockateil, Budgerigar, Pied and Black Honeyeaters, Crimson Chats, White-browed and Masked Woodswallows.

Any information about recent events would be most useful and gratefully received.


Ian May, St Helens Tas.

phone 0428337956

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