“A reputable guide for an outing to the Dandenongs” (Victoria)

I have been asked by a group of four soon to be visiting older serious South African birders if I know of “a reputable guide for an outing to the Dandenongs” for a day outing in mid-May.

Would anyone who meets the criteria like to volunteer (or offer their services), or alternatively provide the name . . . → Read More: “A reputable guide for an outing to the Dandenongs” (Victoria)

Pacific swifts

Good numbers around Normanton/Karumba this weekend; over 100 all heading NE in small flocks or singles.

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finally

Hi There

I have finally got something to report

I live at Corlette Port Stephens NSW

I went down to Little Salamander Beach yesterday I for the first time this year I have seen Sandpipers there were 6 of them 1 Eastern Curlew 2 White Faced Herons

1 Night Jar and 2 Swamp . . . → Read More: finally

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G’day their fellow readers.

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Sue shepherd

Hi 😊 Last year I went to Cape York in July and asked for Sue Shepherds phone number to contact her about Golden shouldered Parrots which i did and saw some newly fledged Parrots which was amazing etc Someone emailed me the number but I can’t find it in my email history. I have friends . . . → Read More: Sue shepherd

PhD: NT Field Naturalists’ talk

Good morning Birding Aussers

Thank you all very much for the congratulatory messages. They’ve made my day.

John Harris has pointed out that the details on my talk weren’t included in my email. It contained a great cartoon by Des Campbell, compatriot of the one and only Bo Beolens, and features both birders and crocodiles. . . . → Read More: PhD: NT Field Naturalists’ talk