Brown Songlark near Port Douglas, NQ.

Subject: Brown Songlark near Port Douglas, NQ.
From: Del Richards <>
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:27:34 +1000
Due to the downturn in the value of sugar returns in recent years some lowland farming areas have been turned back to cattle grazing activities in tropical northern Queensland. About five kilometres south west of Port Douglas this has added another bird friendly habitat to the immediate area. On Wednesday 20th August whilst on tour a female Brown Songlark flew accross the roadway and alighted on a mown area together with Australian Pipits. From research there appears to be no historical records on the lowlands this far to the north in the Wet Tropics.

Del. Richards, Fine Feather Tours, Mossman, NQ.


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