"Greg Roberts" <>
Sat, 13 Feb 2010 08:05:15 +1000
I'm sure there have been no previous records of this species from southeast
Queensland or northeast NSW so this is a pretty extraordinary record.
On Wed, I rec'd an email with photo of White-browed Crake seen at West Bryon
STW on 2nd Feb.
Yesterday afternoon, I went there with 2 friends to search for it. All three
of us got great views for about 10 mins & heard it calling many times before
& after seeing it.
No doubt, it's definitely a White-browed Crake, I think a long way south of
it's normal range.
Does anyone no if there's been many previous records, if any, of
White-browed Crakes in NSW or SE QLD.?
What would be the most southerly record for this species.?
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