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Checklist S52428085

 
Location
Maria Island National Park, Glamorgan/Spring Bay, Tasmania, AU ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Wed Feb 06, 2019 11:00 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
1
Duration:
6 hour(s)
Distance:
6.0 mile(s)
Observers:
Alex Cruz Jr
Comments:
N/A
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.9.9
Species
33 species total
20

LIFER! Took photos to upload later. Concentrated to the beach and the lawns around the buildings.

3
2
6
1

Lifer! Will upload photos later. Unexpected find at the reservoir. The yellow lips were very conspicuous! Very excited to see this bird.

20
3
2
2

LIFER! Took photos to upload later. On Darlington Beach near protected area.

10
2
2
4

LIFER! Took photos to upload later. Seen from ferry on crossing.

2

LIFER! Took photos to upload later. On pier when docked with a SiGu.

4
1

Lifer! I tried to get photos. It turns out this was a juvenile, because it basically had the buffy warm brown coloration all over its body but that crazy the curve the bill! Yeah they’re very jubilant happy call and was attracted to my pishing. This was one of my most-wanted when I looked at field guides. Hope to see adult too.

2
3

LIFER! I first saw a mail when I was looking at the plovers. Caught me by surprise as I thought this was an Australian mainland bird. Later I was able to photograph male and a female and I was surprised how they acted like larks, walking on the ground.

10
1

Lifer! Photographed; will upload later. This sharp-billed honeyeater acts little bit like a nuthatch, maybe it fills the role woodpeckers which I’ve been wondering about. It probes as it circles branches.

1

Lifer! As I was on the Reservoir Circuit, I heard a bird calling “kyew-kyew-kyew” softly from a White Gum Tree. I recognize the call from listening to the bird song on my iPhone. I saw some movement and looked up and saw a small greenish bird with black wings broken by white dots! A pardalote! I was able to see it’s pale yellow face, with only a faint gray line connecting the eye to the stubby bill. After searching for this bird yesterday, I was so excited to get such good looks at this lone bird. Seen below the cut off to the Fossil Trail.

2
3
5
2
5

Lifer! Took photos which I will upload later. I saw two fledglings being fed by an adult. It’s very interesting to see these crow-like birds in this dense eucalyptus forest.

Breeding Code
FY Feeding Young (Confirmed)
3
3
2
2

Lifer! Took photos which I will upload later. I saw two fledglings being fed by an adult. Such a cute tiny bird!

15
10

These were zooming around the eucalyptus forest. Seemed odd to have swallows in the forest like this but I loved it.

1
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes