Lamington SEQ - thanks

To: Birding Aus <>, "" <>, Klaus Uhlenhut <>, <>
Subject: Lamington SEQ - thanks
From: Fiona Anderson <>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 13:25:03 +1100
Hi birders,

Thanks for all the help I got from birders re our trip last week to Lamington. 
We were able to get a reasonable bird list and 4 snakes.  The highlight by far 
was the male Paradise riflebird displaying to 2 females/juveniles.  We watched 
him for about 10 mins as he was really close and very excited.  No trouble 
finding logrunners - there were heaps down Python Rock Track.  Lots of Eastern 
Whipbirds, Fantails and Monarchs as well as great views of a lovely male Rose 
Robin and a Noisy Pitta.  And of course it would be difficult to miss the 
Regent Bowerbirds that are fed at O'Reillys.  But very disappointingly we 
didn't see Albert's Lyrebird even although we went to all the great locations 
(Python Rock Track and Border Track) very early in the morning.  We did not try 
for the Rufous Scrubbird and although we had a location for the Western 
Bristlebird we were unsuccessful.  A trip to Barren Grounds will be called for!

But many thanks to all, who took the trouble to give us great locations and 


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