29th April 2012
* Frogmore Swamp – Double-banded Plover (1), Red-kneed Dotterel, Black-fronted Plover, Straw-necked Ibis, Australian White Ibis, Little Grassbird.
15th April 2012
* Wyndham Street Newstead – Blue-faced Honeyeater high up in the Yellow Gums behind the house. Eastern Spinebills have also arrived in the garden.
12th April 2012
* Frogmore Swamp – Brown Quail, Australian Hobby, Red-kneed Dotterel, Black-fronted Plover, Little Grassbird.
10th April 2012
* Moolort – Flame Robin (single male) amongst a flock of Yellow-rumped Thornbills – first record for the season.
8th April 2012
* Merin Merin Swamp – Brolgas (3) – reported by Ron Cosgrave.
6th April 2012
* Mia Mia Track – Golden Whistler (adult male and female and immature), Black-chinned Honeyeater.
22nd March 2012
* Junction of Mia Mia and Spring Hill Tracks – alive with birds this evening including 2 Swift Parrots (feeding on Grey Box lerp and flowers), Crested Bellbird (male), Painted Button-quail, Black-chinned Honeyeater, Musk, Little and Purple-crowned Lorikeets.
20th March 2012
* First Swift Parrot of the season near Spring Hill Track and Mia Mia Track junction. Lone bird feeding in Grey Box – good numbers of Little, Purple-crowned and Musk Lorikeets, Black-chinned Honeyeaters also numerous.
19th March 2012
* Barking Owl heard calling from along the Loddon River in the general vicinity of the crossing.
18th March 2012
* Mia Mia Track – White-throated Needletail (small flock in clear air at 10am), Painted Honeyeater (calling), Purple-crowned Lorikeet, Black-chinned Honeyeater, Brown Goshawk, Little Eagle.
17th March 2012
* Mia Mia Track – Painted Button-quail
* Joyces Creek – Spotted Harrier (adult pair)
* Loddon River @ Newstead – Little Eagle
14th March 2012
* Picnic Point – Pair of Collared Sparrowhawks … chasing sparrows!
11th March 2012
* Mia Mia Track – Rainbow Bee-eaters (calling)
4th March 2012
* Mia Mia Track – Painted Honeyeater, Crested Bellbird, Shining Bronze-cuckoo, Black-chinned Honeyeater
* Cairn Curran Reservoir @ Joyces Creek – Great Crested Grebe.