Inskip Point

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Subject: Inskip Point
From: Tony Crittenden <>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 11:11:43 +0000

Firstly, many thanks to all those that responded to my RFI for the Gympie area 
a few weeks ago.

I went to Inskip on Saturday and saw and photographed Black-bellied Buttonquail 
and Beach Stone-curlew.

The buttonquail was on the left about 50m before the turning point, about 3m 
into the bush.

The  Stone-curlews were also on the left another 50m from the turning point in 
the edge of the scrub on the beachside.

I also saw Red-winged Parrot at Cooloola Cove, and Spectacled Monarch, Noisy 
Pitta and Logrunner at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve

A post including photos is on my blog

Thanks again for the info - birding aus is a fantastic resource!!



Tony Crittenden
South Australia

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