Birds to look out for this month

What birds might you see in the month of September? Here’s a few to keep a look out for…

  • Flocks of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters on passage along the Great Dividing Range
  • Short-tailed Shearwaters returning to their breeding colonies in Bass Strait
  • Return of Dollarbirds in south-eastern Queensland
  • Eastern Koels and Channel-billed Cuckoos arriving back in NSW
  • Return of migratory shorebirds to north-western Australia
  • Arrival of Barn Swallows in northern Australia
  • Swooping Australian Magpies

Interesting records from the past

2/9/2006
Antarctic Tern | Kangaroo Island, SA | 2nd record for SA
3/9/2004
Rose-backed Starling | Lake Eda, WA | 1st record for Australia
5/9/2002
Gurney’s Eagle | Saibai Island, Qld | 4th record for Australia
11/9/2002
Common Kingfisher | Christmas Island | 1st record for Australia
12/9/1967
Whiskered Tern | near Ouse, Tas. | 1st record for Tasmania
14/9/1986
Bulwer’s Petrel | off Cape Nelson, Vic. | 2nd record for Australia
20/9/1986
Hudsonian Godwit | Dry Creek Saltfields, SA | 1st record for SA

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