FNQ sightings

Subject: FNQ sightings
From: Phil Gregory <>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 07:50:35 +1000
Just back from Oman and the UAE, so i went to Palm Cove yesterday and dipped on the Laughing Gull in about 30 minutes spent there. The male Cassowary has reappeared after his latest breeding attempt, sadly again without any chicks. We now have the male and female passing by on most days. Red-necked Crakes are vocal and have young, i saw an adult with 2 juveniles from the deck yesterday. Pied Monarchs, Yellow-breasted Boatbills and Cicadabirds are still very vocal, and the Lesser Sooty Owl was calling well on Jan 27.

Good birding

Phil Gregory

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