Fwd: Plea for help finding Noisy Miner free remnants

To: "Russell Woodford" <>, "birding aus" <>
Subject: Fwd: Plea for help finding Noisy Miner free remnants
From: "Tim Murphy" <>
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 16:30:40 +1000
I realise that it is not in NSW and not isolated but I had an almost Noisy
Miner free day today walking around (5 km total) a small reservoir (permit
only access) on the outskirts of Brisbane called Gold Creek reservoir.

Highlights included   Wonga Pigeon (heard), King Parrot, Horsfield's
Bronze-cuckoo, lots of Bell Miners, Yellow-faced, Lewin's, White-throated,
White-napped, and Scarlet Honeyeaters, White-eared Monarch, Rose Robin and
Crested Shrike-Tit.

The noisy Miners seemed to stay well away from the water's edge - maybe they
couldn't get the written permit for access.

Rgds Tim Murphy

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