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Pyrrholaemus sagittatus

2 Speckled Warbler at Joadja, NSW

Pyrrholaemus sagittatus at Joadja, NSW - 4 Jan 2022
Pyrrholaemus sagittatus at Joadja, NSW - 4 Jan 2022
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Identification history

Pyrrholaemus sagittatus 7 Mar 2022 Boobook38
Pyrrholaemus sagittatus 7 Mar 2022 richardfeetham
Unidentified 7 Mar 2022 richardfeetham

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User's notes

A single Speckled Warbler seen along the Wingecarribee River at Jacks Valley Farm. Photos taken on my Nikon camera and then loaded on to my iPhone hence they don’t have a GPS location. I have marked the exact location on the map.


BLSHTwo wrote:
   25 Mar 2022
Very rare bird in the Wingecarribee Shire and a threatened species.
BLSHFour wrote:
   25 Mar 2022
I would agree and getting more so over my 20 years birding in W. Shire
natureguy wrote:
   26 Mar 2022
They are one of the many declining birds of SE-Australian woodlands. They have declined noticeably in areas around Canberra including many sites they were common at. Typically they are now quite patchy and nowhere common.

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Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 Abundance
  • 4 Jan 2022 06:45 PM Recorded on
  • richardfeetham Recorded by

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