|Subject:||Tianjara Plateau (Morton NP) - 24 March 2007|
|From:||"Marnix Zwankhuizen" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 24 Mar 2007 18:40:05 +1100|
Three of us spent today hiking along Twelve Mile Road on the Tianjara Plateau in Morton National Park.
Highlights were several Tawny-crowned Honeyeaters, >100 White-throated Needletails, Variegated Fairy-wrens and a Peregrine Falcon.
Despite the windy conditions birds werent that hard to come by. Honeyeaters, Wattlebirds, Friarbirds and Silvereyes were all migrating in large numbers. Many eucalypt species were flowering as well as Heath Banksia and other shrubs.
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