RE: Black-necked Stork status in SE Qld

To: "'Andrew Peter Taylor'" <>
Subject: RE: Black-necked Stork status in SE Qld
From: "Atzeni, Michael" <>
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 1998 10:53:50 +1000
The Black-necked Stork is an irregular visitor to the Helidon region in
the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane.  Based on personal experience and
the Toowoomba Bird Observers records, which started in 1975, there would
be at most a dozen records.

They are also occasional visitors to Apex Lake at Gatton, east of
Helidon, and other large waterbodies in the Gatton district. Apex Lake
is always worth a look, and is good for other waterbirds including
Cotton Pygmy-Goose,  Wandering Whistling-Duck and Baillon's Crake (of
late), if anyone's in this neck of the woods.

Michael Atzeni

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