Changes in status of southern Queensland birds

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Subject: Changes in status of southern Queensland birds
From: Greg Roberts <>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2019 12:57:11 +1000
A further discussion about how the status and distribution of birds in south-east Queensland has changed over the 40 years between 1979 and 2019, in some cases markedly.  This posts covers boobies to raptors. There are some good news stories: for instance, Radjah Shelduck and Magpie-Goose were thought extinct in the region in 1979; today they are back.

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