Yungaburra Bird News

Subject: Yungaburra Bird News
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 12:35:40 +1000
The Atherton Scrubwrens are back in the garden as are the White-headed Pigeons 
which are not yet showing any sign of nesting. Perhaps we will miss out this 

Last night at Tarzalli the Boobooks were making some weird noises and there was 
a Nightjar of some description (I think) calling while on the wing.

Double-eyed Fig Parrots are still collecting Eucalypt leaves from the garden 
and heading in the direction of the Curtain Figtree forest.

Green Pygmy-geese have been visiting the creek below our house to join the 
Black Ducks, White & Straw-necked Ibis, Cattle Egrets, Pacific Herons and 


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