Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
Date: 12 Dec 2011 01:30:42 +1000

Birdline Central & Southern Queensland

Published sightings for the week ending 11 Dec 2011.

Sun 11 Dec Latham's Snipe BP Stapylton Swamps
Latham's Snipe
Dezmond Wells

Superb Fruit-Dove Yandina, Sunshine Coast
1 male with good numbers of Rose-crowned Fruit-Doves
Greg Roberts

Sat 10 Dec White-winged Black Tern Rosewood Wetlands, west of Ipswich
An adult non-breeding showing well.
Colin Reid and Rob Dougherty

Spotless Crake Minnippi
1 bird still showing well this afternoon to the right of the lake viewing platform. Also Lathams Snipe and Buff-banded Rail on island.
Stuart Pickering

Thu 8 Dec Stubble Quail 7-Mile Lagoon
2 plus several heard
Greg Roberts

Square-tailed Kite Coominya
1 near Mt Hallam
Greg Roberts

Great Crested Grebe Lake Clarendon
76 birds - large number for this species
Greg Roberts

Banded Lapwing 7-Mile Lagoon
Unusually high number 68 individuals
Greg Roberts

Wed 7 Dec Rufous Fantail Mill St and Tulloch Park, Warwick
Rufous Fantail.........1 individual, this sp is an occassional visitor to my garden, this being the 2nd time in the last 2wks.
Chris Armstrong

Mon 5 Dec Little Curlew Amberley RAAF Airfield
3 birds showing well at 5am this morning.The light and lack of heat haze early on allow for the best views as the birds are quite distant.
Rob Morris

Sun 4 Dec Australian Painted Snipe Rosewood Wetlands, Bremer Road
One female at the south end of the ponds, on a grassy peninsula. The end of the pond furthest from the main road.
Kate & Ray Kellman

Australian Painted Snipe Bundaberg Botanic Gardens
4 birds sighted by 18 members of BundyBoc on outing before AGM. Birds first sighted at 0630, and were viewed for over an hour
Nev Capell

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