Birds in Yngaburra

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Subject: Birds in Yngaburra
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 18:03:31 +1000
Some unusual sightings in Yungaburra this last week.
Double-barred finch on Petersen Creek
Banded Honeyeater just up the road from my place
Yellow Honeyeater in town
Yellow-faced Honeyeater at my place
Cotton Pygmy Goose on the wetland below my house this morning but could not see 
it when I came back at lunch time.

Seems like they have followed the noisy Friarbirds in from the west.

In my garden this afternoon a Collared Sparrowhawk made a kill but I could not 
identify the prey. No binoculars!

Alan Gillanders

Alan's Wildlife Tours
2 Mather Road
Yungaburra 4884
Phone 07 4095 3784
Int. + 61 7 4095 3784
Mobile 0408 953 786

Alan's blog

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