Subject: Migrants
From: REID Colin <>
Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 13:39:09 +1000
Hi all
        First Bee-eater of the season at Minnippi Parklands (Brisbane
southside) yesterday (Thursday 8th) and first Fan-tailed Cuckoo at J C
Trotter Memorial park (Burbank, Brisbane southside, UBD 203 G9) 
        Incidentally does anyone out there monitor the latter on a regular
basis? It's quite an interesting area. Although not flooded with birdlife,
it's a walk through eucalypt bush to Tingalpa resevoir and hence a fair
variety of species are available. I had up to 15 Whistling Kites and 3 Sea
Eagles yesterday - 7 Kites on the ground, at once, feeding in the drying
mud. Also 3 seperate pairs of Eastern Spinebills - one of my favourites -
and not commonly seen!  

> Colin Reid

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