Shining Flycatcher in Malanda, N Qld

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Subject: Shining Flycatcher in Malanda, N Qld
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 16:01:03 +1000

This cyclone blow in is still to be seen on the eastern side of the road at Malanda Falls, near the turtle viewing area. Other Monarchs are showing well at Lake Barrine and the Curtain Fig. Also at the fig is a Grey-headed Robin on a nest with one egg. Must hatch any day now.

Crane numbers are building. No sign of the Red Goshawk.
Alan Gillanders

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