Sightings form Atherton Tablelands, north Queensland, Australia

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Subject: Sightings form Atherton Tablelands, north Queensland, Australia
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2011 14:54:54 +1000

Margaret and David Merrill drew my attention to 9 Pacific Golden Plovers on 
Forsayth Road which is off Marks Lane between Atherton, Yungaburra and Kairi.

Blue-faced Parrot Finches are in reasonable numbers on the Gourka track and 
near Mt Hypipamee.

Square-tailed Kites remain fairly easy to stumble across around Atherton.

I have had a few sightings of pale phase Little Eagle over the last three 
weeks. While they have been widely distributed it may have been the same bird. 
I wish I had paid more attention to the moult.

Bush-hens calling at Hasties Swamp and along Petersen Creek in Yungaburra.

Unidentified snipe below my house in Yungaburra.

Tooth-bill Bowerbirds and Goldens still attending their courts/bowers.


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