Brisbane Ranges

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Subject: Brisbane Ranges
From: "Joy Tansey" <>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 08:16:32 +1000
A great Sunday in the Brisbane Ranges. Highlights were excellent views of
both Fan-tailed Cuckoo and Shining Bronze Cuckoo without even having to
move, Scarlet Robin and a very noisy immature Olive-backed Oriole. The
Oriole stayed within view and chattered noisily not unlike a rosella or
parrot, interspersed with short typical Oriole calls. It sounded like a
group of birds rather than just one! Lots of honeyeaters with seven species
seen. Of course, the Powerful Owls remain mythical.

Joy Tansey
Kensington, Vic

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