birds on the Atherton Tablelands

Subject: birds on the Atherton Tablelands
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2001 11:28:29 +1000
Hello All,
Recently my wife saw Blue-faced Parrot-finches at the entrance to the walk to 
the Golden Bowerbird track at Longlands Gap, south of Mt Hypipamee.

We have been having great views of Channel-billed Cuckoos at school.
This morning I saw a Red-necked Crake fly out of some rainforest followed by a 
female Brown Goshawk. Goshawk 1, Crake 0.

Seem to be more raptors on the Tablelands than usual for this time of year.At 
least 3 common Sandpipers as well.

Alan Gillanders

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