Bush Stone-curlews in Seaworld Drive, Surfers Paradise

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Subject: Bush Stone-curlews in Seaworld Drive, Surfers Paradise
From: "Bruce & Judy Leitch" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2010 17:32:47 +1000
Hi all,


Good to be back. 


We arrived back from Bruce's treatment in Brisbane to find White-faced
Herons nesting  in the Coastal Melaleuca with a very visible nest about 20'
away and 30 feet up ; Little Friarbirds in the same tree about 10' away and
12' from ground level (nest hidden); and Willie Wagtails on the Poinciana
about 15' away. This made for some interesting dynamics over the festive
season. Welcome home!


Spotted eight Bush Stone- curlews on grass kerb opposite Sea World entrance
at 12:30pm today.





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