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|Common Name (U-Z)||Sightings, Field Notes & Photographs|
|House sparrow||resident, introduced speciest1|
|Eastern Spinebill||Afternoon 16.5.2003, feeding on correas opposite Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery|
|Welcome swallow||frequent visitor1|
|White-winged Triller||Summer Migrant1, Federal Park, 6/10/02 about 10.00am|
|Willie Wagtail|| resident1|
Photographed by Marghanita da Cruz near Federal Park wetlands, approx 1pm, 28 October 2006.
Photographed by Susanne Martain sitting on nest chapman road, 12.43pm October 2005
|Red wattlebird||occasional visitor1|
Photographed by Marghanita da Cruz in Front Garden
|Superb Fairy Wren||resident1|
1The terms "resident", "occasional" , "frequent visitor" refer to the original Survey Site and Period. This list builds on information gathered in a Survey for the Birds Australia National Atlas and Cumberland Atlas (which contributes to the National Atlas but records more information). The Survey was of the 2 hectare site which included the Federal Park Wetlands, and was bounded by Johnston Creek Canal, the Crescent, and [light rail] overpass on Rozelle Bay. The site was surveyed for 20 minutes each survey period, originally every season, but then every month over a few years before 2006.
Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s...more.