Coastal Speckled Warbler

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Subject: Coastal Speckled Warbler
From: Chris Sanderson <>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 11:22:57 +1000
I've never seen a Speckled Warbler that close to the coast before, but they're not so uncommon in the Brisbane region as I used to think.  I've now seen them several times in Pullenvale.  After seeing them there, I'd not be surprised if they turned up in places like Mt Coot-tha or Toohey Forest (not that I've seen them there yet, but the habitat is right).

Brisbane, QLD
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