South Australian Ornithologist, Volume 17

Volume XVII, Part 1. March, 1944

Bird notes
Birds at Salisbury and Dry Creek A.O. Crompton p. 1.

Black-shouldered Kite S.A. White p. 1.

White-eyed Ducks S.A. White p. 1.

Water-Birds between Wellington and Milang J.N. McGilp p. 1.

Welcome Swallows in Far North H.E.A. Jarman p. 1.

Birds at Port Wakefield, St. Kilda, and Fulham J. White p. 1.

Birds Nesting Within the City of Adelaide E.S. Paterson p. 1.

Dacelo and Galahs Nesting Together O. Fuller p. 1.

Cuckoos’ Eggs J.N. McGilp p. 1.

Bulbul in Adelaide A. Lendon p. 1.

Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos near Aldgate C.E. Rix and A. Lendon p. 1.

Bird Life West of Oodnadatta, South Australia J. Neil McGilp pp. 2-9.

A Rare Combination of Cuckoo Eggs J. Neil McGilp p. 9.

Bird notes
Mountain Ducks and Other Birds at Currency Creek
O. Fuller p. 9.

Volume XVII, Part 2. June, 1944

The Status of Sight Records E.F. Boehm p. 11.

Bird notes
Nankeen Night Herons
Captain S.A. White p. 11.

Letter-winged Kite, not Black-shouldered Kite [Captain S.A. White] p. 11.

Eastern Shrike-tits S.E. Terrill p. 11.

Flame Robins at Mt. Gambier L.S. Francis p. 11.

Bird observations in the Alice Springs District, Northern Territory Warren B. Hitchcock and Howard E.A. Jarman pp. 12-17.

A Honeyeaters’ Banquet S.E. Terrill and C.E. Rix pp. 17-18.

Re-discovery of the Fuscous Honeyeater on the Mount Mary-Sedan Plains, S.A. E.F. Boehm p. 18.

Birds seen within the Vicinity of the River Murray between Murray Bridge and Blanchetown L.S. Francis pp. 19-20.

Bird notes
Sea Curlews H.G. Brooks p. 20.

Tree-Martins p. 20.

Fork-tailed Swifts p. 20.

Volume XVII, Part 3. September, 1944

The Fork-tailed Swift in South Australia E.F. Boehm p. 21.

Bird notes
Pallid Cuckoo (Cuculus pallidus)
L.S. Francis p. 21.

The Birds of Barrow Creek, Northern Territory of Australia Sgt. Howard E.A. Jarman pp. 22-24.

The Birds of Banka Banka Station, Northern Territory of Australia Sgt. Howard E.A. Jarman pp. 25-29.

The Western Bower-Bird: A Correction J. Neill McGilp p. 29.

Bird notes
Stone Curlews
E.A. Brooks; C.E. Rix p. 29.

White Ibis H.G. Brooks p. 29.

Flame-breasted Robins A.H. Lendon; Mrs. Francis p. 29.

Golden Whistler A.O. Crompton p. 29.

Black-faced Cuckoo-Shrikes A.H. Lendon p. 29.

Crested Pigeons p. 29.

Wedge-tailed Eagle at Beaumont J.B. Cleland p. 29.

The Diving Petrel (Pelecanoides urinatrix Gmelin). A new record for South Australia H.T. Condon p. 30.

Volume XVII, Part 4. March, 1945

Bird notes
White-headed Stilts at Dry Creek A.O. Crompton p. 31.

Musk Duck on the Torrens at Adelaide H.T. Condon p. 31.

Short-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus tenuirostris) A.R. Attiwill p. 31.

Bird notes from Naracoorte A.R. Attiwill p. 31.

Whistling Eagle (Haliastur sphenurus) L.S. Francis p. 31.

Restless Flycatcher (Seisura inquieta) L.S. Francis p. 31

Pallid Cuckoo (Cuculus pallidus) C.E. Rix; John White; J.B. Cleland p. 31.

Southern Stone Plover (Burhinus magnirostris) H.G. Brooks p. 31.

Scarlet-chested Parrot (Neophema splendida) J.N. McGilp p. 31.

Eastern Rosella (Platycercus eximius) S.E. Terrill p. 31.

Golden Whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis) John Rackham; S.E. Terrill, A.O. Crompton p. 31.

Fork-tailed Swift (Micropus pacificus) A.O. Crompton p. 31.

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) A.O. Crompton p. 31.

Red-capped Robin (Petroica goodenovii ) J.B. Cleland p. 31.

Flame Robin (Petroica phoenicea) C.E. Rix p. 31.

Short-tailed Petrels (Mutton Birds) [H.D.C. Collyer] p. 31.

House Sparrows (Passer domesticus) Catching Bees p. 31.

Birds breeding in the Millicent district Allan E. Ey pp. 32-37.

“Blue” Crows Erhard F. Boehm p. 37.

Bird notes
Short-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus tenuirostris) E.S. Paterson p. 37.

Nankeen Night Heron (Nycticorax caledonicus) E.S. Paterson p. 37.

Eastern Shrike-Tit (Falcunculus frontatus) John Rackham p. 37.

White-fronted Honeyeater (Gliciphila albifrons) John Rackham p. 37.

Prions or Whale-birds (Genus Pachyptila) in South Australia H.T. Condon pp. 38-42.

Additions to the list of birds for Yorke Peninsula, South Australia T.G. Souter p. 42.

Bird Sanctuaries and Reserves Major M. Schneider p. 43.

Bird notes
Brush Wattlebirds (Anthochaera chrysoptera) Eating Bees S.E. Terrill p. 44.

Cockatiel (Leptolophus hollandicus) A.O. Crompton p. 44.

Australian Gannets (Sula serrator) H.G. Brooks p. 44.

Little Bittern (Botaurus poiciloptilus) p. 44.

Birds at Port Elliott John White p. 44.

Black Swan (Chenopis atrata) Miss Beevor; J.B. Cleland p. 44.

Willie Wagtail (Rhipidura leucophrys) Dismembering a Large Moth S.E. Terrill p. 44.

Hawks and Kites Catching Mice David Roberts p. 44.

Collared Sparrowhawk (Accipiter cirrocephalus) C.E. Rix p. 44.

Emus (Dromaius novae-hollandiae) John Rackham p. 44.

Corella (Kakatoe tenuirostris) J.B. Cleland p. 44.

Birds at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 44.

Pallid Cuckoo (Cuculus pallidus) L.S. Francis p. 44.

Banded Plover (Zonifer tricolor) L.S. Francis p. 44.

Welcome Swallows (Hirundo neoxena) J.B. Cleland p. 44.

Grey Shrike-Thrush (Colluricincla harmonica) J.B. Cleland p. 44.

Volume XVII, Part 5. March, 1945

Brief notes on a hurried journey from Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, to Mount Isa, Queensland Howard E.A. Jarman p. 45.

Bird notes
Pelicans (Pelicanus conspicillatus) at Noarlunga C.E. Rix p. 45.

Birds on the Diamantina Track E.A. Brooks p. 45.

Narrow-billed Bronze Cuckoos (Chalcites basalis) at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 45.

Meliphaga plumula – Yellow-fronted Honyeater J. Neil McGilp pp. 46-51.

Nidification of the Yellow-fronted Honyeater in South Australia E.F. Boehm pp. 51-52.

Bird notes
Banded Stilts (Cladorhynchus leucocephalus) and Curlew Sandpipers (Erolia testacea) at Prime’s Beach
A.O. Crompton p. 52.

Birds at Fulham John White p. 52.

White-headed Stilts (Himantopus leucocephalus) at Dry Creek Miss Beevor p. 52.

Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus funereus) and Mistletoe Bird (Dicaeum hirundinaceum) A.H. Lendon p. 52.

Brown Song-Lark (Cincloramphus cruralis) A.G. Edquist p. 52.

Bird observations at Larrimah, Northern Territory of Australia Howard E.A. Jarman pp. 53-54.

Bird notes
Adelaide Rosellas (Platycercus adelaidae) and White-backed Magpies (Gymnorhina hypoleuca) at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 54.

Little Falcon (Falco longipennis) and Magpie John White p. 54.

Volume XVII, Part 6. June, 1945
1945V17P6Bird notes
Azure Kingfishers (Alcyone azurea) at Noarlunga C.E. Rix p. 55.

Ringneck Parrot (Barnardius barnardi) A. Crompton p. 55.

Galahs (Kakatoe roseicapilla) and Bare-eyed Cockatoos (K. sanguinea) A. Crompton; E.A. Brooks; C.E. Rix p. 55.

Blue Bonnets (Psephotus haematogaster) and Sulphur-crested Cockatoos (Kakatoe galerita) C.E. Rix p. 55.

Ground-Parrot (Pezoporus wallicus) J.N. McGilp p. 55.

White-headed Stilts (Himantopus leucocephalus) Miss Beevor; John White, J.B. Cleland p. 55.

Blackbirds (Turdus merula) Feeding on Grapes O. Fuller p. 55.

Marsh Terns (Chlidonias leucopareia) J.B. Cleland p. 55.

White-eyed Ducks (Nyroca australis) A. Lendon p. 55.

Willie Wagtails’ (Rhipidura leucophrys) Fourth Clutch S.E. Terrill p. 55.

Yellow-billed Spoonbill (Platalea flavipes) John White p. 55.

Wedge-tailed Eagles (Uroaetus audax) A.O. Crompton; E.A. Brooks p. 55.

Cuckoos Captain S.A. White; E.A. Brooks p. 55.

Flame Robins (Petroica phoenicea) and Scarlet Robins (P. multicolor) C.E. Rix; E.A. Brooks; J.M. Rackham; A.O. Crompton p. 55.

Wedge-tailed Eagle (Uroaetus audax) over Adelaide Suburbs J.B. Cleland p. 55.

Eastern Rosellas (Platycercus eximius) in Adelaide Suburbs V.D. Haggard p. 55.

A trip to the Coorong C.E. Rix pp. 56-72.

Brief bird notes on a hurried trip to Darwin Howard E.A. Jarman p. 72.

Volume XVII, Part 7. September, 1945

Bird notes
Emus beside the Millicent-Kingston Road J.B. Cleland p. 73.

Cape Barren Geese (Cereopsis novae-hollandiae) O. Fuller p. 73.

Restless Flycatcher (Seisura inquieta) A. Lendon p. 73.

Small Terns on an Inland Water J.T. Mortlock p. 73.

Birds at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 73.

Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)
Birds at Happy Valley
C.E. Rix p. 73.

Whistling Eagles (Haliastur sphenurus) and Goshawks (Astur fasciatus) John White p. 73.

Red-capped Dotterels (Charadrius ruficapillus) John White p. 73.

Little Falcons (Falco longipennis) John White p. 73.

Red-tipped Pardalotes (Pardalotus ornatus) O. Fuller p. 73.

Banded Plovers (Zonifer tricolor) O. Fuller p. 73.

Golden Whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis) John White p. 73.

Crested Pigeons (Ocyphaps lophotes) J.B. Cleland p. 73.

Emus Swimming [J.T. Mortlock; V.D. Haggard] p. 73.

Swift Parrots (Lathamus discolor) C.E. Rix; J.B. Cleland p. 73.

Birds of Elliott and Newcastle Waters, Northern Territory of Australia Howard E.A. Jarman pp. 74-78.

Cuckoos and their eggs J.Neil McGilp pp. 78-80.

Nidification of the Australian Raven: with particular reference to South Australia Erhard F. Boehm pp. 80-81.

Pink Robin (Petroica rodinogaster) in the South-East J.Neil McGilp p. 81.

Birds of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory of Australia Howard E.A. Jarman p. 82.

Bird notes (continued)
Emus driven in by the Drought
J.M. Rackham; O. Fuller. 82.

Honeyeaters at Karoonda J.M. Rackham p. 82.

Brush Bronzewing Pigeon (Phaps elegans) p. 82.

Birds at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 82.

Ground Thrush (Oreocincla lunulata) L.S. Francis p. 82.

Volume XVII, Part 8. January, 1946

Bird notes
Galahs (Kakatoe roseicapilla) J.B. Cleland p. 83.

Grey Shrike-Thrush (Colluricincla harmonica) J.B. Cleland p. 83.

Black-faced Cuckoo-Shrike (Coracina novae-hollandiae) J.B. Cleland; R. Hynes p. 83.

Welcome Swallows (Hirundo neoxena) J.B. Cleland p. 83.

Flame Robin (Petroica phoenicea) C.E. Rix p. 83.

Banded Stilts (Cladorhynchus leucocephalus) C.E. Rix p. 83.

Spinebill (Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris) C.E. Rix p. 83.

Blue Mountain Lorikeets (Trichoglossus moluccanus) C.E. Rix; J.B. Cleland p. 83.

Australian Ground-Thrush (Petroica phoenicea) L.S. Francis; S.E. Terrill p. 83.

Cuckoos C.E. Rix; L.S. Francis p. 83.

Stone-Curlew (Burhinus magnirostris) J.N. McGilp; J.B. Cleland p. 83.

Albino Adelaide Rosella (Platycercus adelaide) C.E. Rix p. 83.

Peaceful Doves (Geopelia placida) C.E. Rix; Miss Beevor p. 83.

Bee-eaters (Merops ornatus) A.O. Crompton p. 83.

Birds at Salisbury A.O. Crompton p. 83.

Yellow-winged Honeyeaters Catching Insects O. Fuller p. 83.

Australian Dotterels (Peltohyas australis) Hector and Malcolm Brooks p. 83.

Snake ‘Fascinating’ a Willie Wagtail (Rhipidura leucophrys) R.G. Hynes pp. 83, 92.

References to South Australian birds by George French Angas in 1847 extracted by J.B. Cleland pp. 84-86.

Birds seen during a trip to the south-east of South Australia L.S. Francis pp. 86-87.

Birds seen on a caravan trip around Yorke Peninsula L.S. Francis pp. 87-89.

Bird notes from the Darwin area H.T. Condon p. 89.

Harmonious Shrike-Thrush (Colluricincla harmonica) A. Crompton p. 89.

Banded Landrail (Hypotaenidia phiippensis) L.S. Francis p. 89.

The record of an early collection of South Australian birds extracted by J.D. Somerville pp. 90-92.

Birds breeding in the Millicent district – additions Allen E. Ey p. 92.

Bird notes (continued)
Associations of Nests in proximity to each other
O. Fuller; J.N. McGilp p. 92.

Masked Wood-Swallows (Artamus personatus) and White-browed (A. superciliosus) A.O. Crompton; C.E. Rix p. 92.