Some passing birds in the Roma St Parklands [SEQ]

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Subject: Some passing birds in the Roma St Parklands [SEQ]
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 17:25:16 +1000
After the first two days of summer, we reverted to spring conditions in Brisbane today. I was wandering through the Roma St Parklands and came across two species I hadn't noticed there before - a Rufous Fantail and a couple of Drongos - both in the "rainforest section". Then as I was crossing the bridge at the end of the "lake" I saw a small bird disappearing into the "ferns" - I initially thought it would be a Reed-warbler, but on closer inspection it was a Brown Honeyeater sitting on a nest a metre from the walkway.

Regards, Laurie.


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