uncommons, SEQ

Subject: uncommons, SEQ
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 14:46:33 +1000
It's some months since the Red-backed Kingfisher has been seen in Dayboro valley. Now it'll be interesting to see whether it comes back next winter/Dry season. The first WTNs passed through 15.10.06. And meanwhile, we've had a few uncommon sightings in the area, as follows:

White-bellied Sea-Eagle (often seen here at this time of year)
Mt Mee / Ocean View

GREY Goshawk
Mt Mee / Ocean View

Black Falcon
Dayboro valley / King Scrub

Striped Honeyeater (6-10)
Dayboro valley (up towards King Scrub)

Glossy Black-Cockatoo (at least 2; male + female) (often seen here at this time of year)
Mt Mee / Ocean View

Along with the Grey-crowned Babblers that live at Rush Creek (Between Dayboro & Petrie), this makes for quite a dry picture, so close to the city & the coast.


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