Feather identification…

Feather identification

Hi there Just posting this on behalf of someone… Does anyone know what bird this feather belongs to? Pheasant Coucal or Kookaburra or neither?? Let me know and I’ll pass it on… Kirri 😊


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Lost camera

We visited the Western Treatment Plant yesterday. As we can't find our small camera at our apartment we assume we somehow dropped it out of the car in the plant yesterday. It is a small Panasonic in a black case. If anyone finds such a thing could they email me to discuss how to . . . → Read More: Lost camera

Curtis island QLD

Hi all Just wondering who has been to Curtis Island QLD near Gladstone and what birds I should expect to see/what I should look out for… I saw a post about the Capricorn Yellow Chat on Curtis island…could anyone give me any info on possible location if that’s allowed?? We’ll be there in just over . . . → Read More: Curtis island QLD

Naretha BlueBonnets

Hi all. In about a week’s time, we plan to be on Koonalda Road which, for those in the know, is off the Eyre Hwy in western South Australia – on the Nullarbor. We have given ourselves an entire day to find some Naretha B-Bs somewhere along this road. The best area, from . . . → Read More: Naretha BlueBonnets

FW: A day on the outer coast



From: Wim Vader <wjm.vader@gmail.com&gt; Sent: mandag 17. mai 2021 18:54 To: Willem Jan Marinus Vader <wim.vader@uit.no&gt;; Jan Willem Vader <jw.vader@chello.nl&gt;; Lena de Vries <lenajee@ziggo.nl&gt;; PG Nell <pgnell47@gmail.com&gt;; Hayo H.W. Velthuis <hhwv@xs4all.nl&gt;; Marit Vader <marit.vader@evidensia.no&gt; Subject: A day on the outer coast


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Spring Migration in Canada

Dear List,

I started birding in Australia when I did a postdoc there in math at the University of Melbourne. I got 295 species of birds there. It was a truly unforgettable experience. I still remember finding the Noisy Pitta by its rustling in the undergrowth in Cape Tribulation and the cacophony of hundreds of . . . → Read More: Spring Migration in Canada

Canon 500mm F4 IS USM Lens

FW: A walk through Fagerengfjaera



From: Wim Vader <wjm.vader@gmail.com&gt; Sent: lørdag 15. mai 2021 12:21 To: Willem Jan Marinus Vader <wim.vader@uit.no&gt; Cc: Hayo H.W. Velthuis <hhwv@xs4all.nl&gt;; Jan Willem Vader <jw.vader@chello.nl&gt;; Lena de Vries <lenajee@ziggo.nl&gt;; Riet Keuchenius <mmkeuchenius@gmail.com&gt; Subject: A walk through Fagerengfjaera


A walk through Fagerengfjaera


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Birding-Aus Digest, Vol 91, Issue 5

Hi Kim, If you have a clear photo and accurate location I suggest submitting the photo to iNaturalist inaturalist.ala.org.au/ There is a whole community of people there including moth experts. A bonus is that if successfully identified the observation will flow through to databases such as Atlas of Living Australia. Cheers, Euan

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