Birdline North Queensland Weekly Update

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Subject: Birdline North Queensland Weekly Update
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Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2010 01:30:34 +1000
Birdline North Queensland 

Published sightings for the week ending 4 Jul 2010.

Thu 1 Jul       Rufous Owl Townsville - Palmetum Gardens 
And now there are three Rufous Owls. This morning--two adults and a
juvenile being beak fed. 
Ross ans Natalie Sinclair 

        Tawny Frogmouth Townsville CBD 
Not rare but unusual to have one roosting in full sun on the M of the
lettering on the side of the Museum of Tropical Queensland on Flinders
Street East, in the central city area. 
Niel Bruce 

Wed 30 Jun      Black-chinned Honeyeater Willows Gardens Park, Kirwan 
A pair feeding in mature eucalypts in company with a small group of
White-throated Honeyeater.I haven't seen them in suburbia before. 
Ivor Preston 

Sun 27 Jun      Grey Goshawk Tyto Wetlands 
Four good sightings probably same bird different parts (also mistaken
for Grass Owl by tourists!). Today, Swamp Harrier, landed and stayed in
reeds shallows western end of main lagoon. 
Tony Ashton 


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