Black-necked Storks in SE QLD

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Subject: Black-necked Storks in SE QLD
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 12:14:41 +1000
There were a few messages a while ago about Black-necked Stork records in 
south-east Queensland. I don't know much about them or the region itself, so 
I'm not sure if they should be common or not in that area. Anyway, I saw one in 
an irrigated field near Toowoomba in January and thought it might be of 
interest to the right people.

Can anyone tell me if this is an unusual sighting?? Please ignore me if this is 
a regular sighting for this area.


Anthony Overs
Hackett ACT

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