Brisbane Valley correction

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Subject: Brisbane Valley correction
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2011 17:29:09 +1000
The Great Crested Grebes were on Lake Clarendon, not Lake Manchester, sorry.

It's interesting that there is clearly a big exodus of waterbirds from the
inland hitting coastal and near-coastal areas. These numbers of Banded
Lapwing and Great Crested Grebe are highly unusual in southeast Queensland.
Solid numbers of Red-kneed Dotterel are a further indication of what's going
on. See here for more:

Eyes out for Letter-winged Kite. 

Greg Roberts


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