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    Australian Ringneck.   Photographer: Bill Harding

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    Crimson Rosella.   Photographer: Bill Harding

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    Royal Spoonbill, White-faced Heron.   Photographer: Richard Smart

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    Noisy Miner.   Photographer: Glenn Pure

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    Radjah Shelduck.   Photographer: Gary King

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  • Hudsonian Godwit, Banded Stilt, Red-kneed Dotterel, Red-rumped Parrot at Lake Wollumboola reported by Demetrios Bertzeletos, Daniel Hickley on 02-07-2018
    I confirmed the bird reported as a possible by Vincent Mourik from the 01.07.2018. It was present with and fed with the Banded Stilt. Red-rumped Parrots also appear to be present (heard 1-2 birds). Though I am not sure of their provenance- the species is rare on the SE coast of NSW. A very disheveled Red-kneed Dotterel was also present. Shorebird and tern list: 100+ Bar-tailed Godwit 1 Hudsonian Godwit 140 Red-necked Avocet 1 Banded Stilt 50 White-headed Stilt 12 Pied Oystercatchers 12 Masked Lapwing 1 Red-kneed Dotterel 5 Black-fronted Dotterel 8 Red-capped Plover 50 Caspian Tern 30 Crested Tern 6+ Australian Gull-billed Tern Other birds of note Red-rumped Parrot Little Eagle Black-shouldered Kite 2 Australian Hobbies Numerous Whistling Kites Beautiful Firetail (calls) Plus the usual suspects in terms of ducks and cormorants (No black swans though). Lake conditions are fantastic for shorebirds atm and- if maintained into the spring and summer period- should attract sizable aggregations. As for the Hudwit, given that it is overwintering and assuming that conditions hold, it should be present for the next 10 or so moths...

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