Black-necked Stork

Subject: Black-necked Stork
From: Andrew Peter Taylor <>
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 18:42:10 +1000
Just before dusk, I was driving out of Bli Bli (near Maroochydore) past 
the Cable Ski lake, when I saw a Black-necked Stork flying overhead in a 
southerly direction. This is the first I have seen in the immediate 
area, so I hope this is useful to some of you. It didn't however appear 
to be carrying any babies....

A most majestic sight and another reminder of how you can be in the 
right place at the right time.

Has anyone got any idea what the status of this bird is on the Sunshine 
Coast (or SE Qld, for that matter)?

Andrew Taylor

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