White-winged Fairy-Wrens close to Brisbane

To: Bill Jolly <>, <>, <>
Subject: White-winged Fairy-Wrens close to Brisbane
From: michael wood <>
Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2010 19:30:30 +1030
Hello David and Bill
I recall visiting a property a few years ago on the western side of Leslie Dam, 
approximately ten kilometres west of Warwick, and coming across a party of 
White-winged Fairy-Wren. It may just be a similar distance from Brisbane as 
those you mention. Surprisingly close!
Regards,Michael Wood

David Taylor wrote:"Thats very interesting Bill, particularly the point about 
those three species
often together - on my most recent visit to  Mosquito Creek Rd at Inglewood I
saw White-winged Fairy-wrens, Blue-bonnets and a couple of Yellow-throated
Miners!  This is the spot closest to Brisbane Ive personally seen WW
Fairy-wrens and Blue-bonnets, though I think WW Fairy-wrens have been recorded
on the roads west of Stanthorpe. Nice to hear of them near Oakey. Be interested
to hear of any other sites others may have seen  WW fairy-wrens and
Blue-bonnets closest to Brisbane".                                        
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