Little Grassbirds at UQ Gatton

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Subject: Little Grassbirds at UQ Gatton
From: Judith Hoyle <>
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2011 21:56:35 +0000
Hi All,

Spent a pleasant morning birding around the Gatton area yesterday morning. 
Little Grassbirds were very vocal. Had good views by the board walk at the hide 
on the larger lake.  Other highlights were a single Hoary-headed Grebe and the 
comical courtship display of a male Blue-billed Duck.  

A visit to Lake Clarendon was great too. Many Great-crested Grebe, Whiskered 
Tern, Glossy Ibis and the previously reported Cotton Pigmy-Goose was lovely to 

Had a close encounter with a 5 foot snake hunting in the rock wall and crossing 
the track in front of us.  Still arguing about the ID - King Brown top of the 
list at the moment.



Judith Hoyle
0437 549301

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