FW: black breasted button quail

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Subject: FW: black breasted button quail
From: Tony Eales <>
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 01:20:25 +0000
Hi All,
I can at least partially corroborate the sighting as I was there the same 
morning, same spot and briefly saw what was almost certainly the two males. I 
too was checking out the spotted black breasts and pale eyes before they turned 
and made their way back into the lantana but I wasn't sure enough to give them 
a tick as BBBQ. Thanks to John I'm giving myself a very welcome armchair tick 
for BBBQ. John if you haven't already you should put these on the Birds 
Queensland rare sightings report form on the web page.

Cheers Tony

> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 12:29:32 +1030
> From: john hammond <>
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] black-breasted button-quail
> To: birding aus <>
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> Hi all,  Just a quick post for anyone interested in black-breasted 
> button-quail. I got a spectacular look at a small group of them this morning 
> at the ennogera dam. They were scratching around on the other side of the dam 
> in some burnt out scrubby eucalypt country.     Happy birding.......John 
> hammond
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