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Checklist S48402863

 
Location
Douglas Farm Rd, Kurrajong Hills, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, AU ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sun Sep 09, 2018 7:10 AM
Protocol:
Incidental
Party Size:
1
Observers:
Eric Finley
Species
68 species total
2
Australian Wood Duck
2
Pacific Black Duck
2
Australasian Grebe
X
Rock Dove (Feral Pigeon)
6
Brown Cuckoo-Dove (Australian)
4
Common Bronzewing
3
Wonga Pigeon
9
Peaceful Dove
3
Bar-shouldered Dove
1
Pacific Koel

heard only briefly, first arrival of the season

7
Dusky Moorhen
3
Australasian Swamphen
1
Masked Lapwing
1
Little Pied Cormorant
1
Cattle Egret
1
Wedge-tailed Eagle

seen on 8 and 9 Sep over house, poss same bird

2
Laughing Kookaburra
1
Peregrine Falcon
X
Galah
2
Little Corella
X
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
X
Australian King-Parrot
4
Crimson Rosella
2
Eastern Rosella
X
Musk Lorikeet
5
Little Lorikeet
2
Rainbow Lorikeet
X
Satin Bowerbird
4
Variegated Fairywren

rarely see both fairywren species feeding together in the garden, they were today. This sp seems more vocal at the moment.

X
Superb Fairywren
2
Eastern Spinebill
X
Lewin's Honeyeater
X
Yellow-faced Honeyeater

still outnumbered in ironbarks by White-naped but numbers have risen again as southward migration evident. Too difficult to estimate numbers due to combination of travelling and more sedentary birds.

1
Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Another new honeyeater sp for our garden/valley, briefly seen flying out of ironbark and landing in an acacia by the pool. 4th new honeyeater from this one ironbark!

X
Bell Miner

still taking a backseat to the remarkable numbers of White-naped Honeyeaters - no evidence of their usual bullying and dont appear to be utilising the ironbarks like other h/e spp

X
Noisy Miner
2
Little Wattlebird
5
Red Wattlebird

barely moving from main ironbark

2
Fuscous Honeyeater

hard to pick out amongst the others but at least a couple seen briefly

2
White-cheeked Honeyeater

presumably the same 2 birds still present in ironbark, calling occasionally

1
White-eared Honeyeater

briefly seen 8 Sep afternoon, and the 3rd new honeyeater added to home list in this ironbark flowering event

X
White-naped Honeyeater

several hundred birds seen, still feeding from ground to canopy and present all the time in every flowering tree in the vicinity.Many also moving south down the valley with Y-faceds

X
Spotted Pardalote
1
Brown Thornbill
X
Yellow Thornbill
2
Brown Gerygone
2
Dusky Woodswallow
X
Grey Butcherbird
X
Australian Magpie
1
Pied Currawong
3
Black-faced Cuckooshrike
X
Grey Shrikethrush
2
Golden Whistler
2
Olive-backed Oriole
1
Willie Wagtail
X
Grey Fantail
X
Magpie-lark
3
Restless Flycatcher
1
Australian Raven
1
Rose Robin
1
Eastern Yellow Robin
X
Welcome Swallow
2
Tree Martin
2
Silvereye
1
Common Blackbird
X
Common Starling
2
Common Myna
X
Red-browed Finch
 

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