re: Yellow Chat

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Subject: re: Yellow Chat
From: "Jansen, Justin" <>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:07:09 +0200

HI Andrew,

The info i got is:

Curtis Island

This is off Rockhampton and the isolated population of the macgregori ssp of Yellow Chat can be found here. There are no sites known but I think the same habitat as elsewhere in Australia should be looking for. It's by plane just 20 minutes from Rockhampton or Gladstone. And from sea from Port Alma, Rosslyn Bay, Gladstone or The Narrows, or from Rockhampton down the Fitzroy River.

Cheers, Justin

> Hi folks
> I have heard that there is a place to see yellow chats near Rockhampton. Can anyone please supply me with the details? This is a species with an odd distribution!
> BTW the spotted harriers are again about in Noosa shire, SE Qld. Cheers
> Andrew

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