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Subject: Thickknees/UQ
From: "Angus Innes" <>
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2007 16:28:23 +0100
Nostalgia.  Bush Stone Curlews well established by the late 80s in
suburban western Brisbane - Nudgee Junior College grounds and environs.
Have even seen a pair beside Fairfield Road.
One of the most  attractive visitors to UQ lake that I have seen is the
Jacana - but must have been the early 90s since  saw one there.
Angus Innes.

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