Re: White-browed Crake at Byron Bay NSW

Subject: Re: White-browed Crake at Byron Bay NSW
From: Peter Horler <>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:11:22 +1000
Thought I'd check.

Eremaea shows the most southern WBC at Townsville (Fairfield Waters Wetland - 
19/08/2009, Niel Bruce) before Byron Bay (West Byron STP - 11/02/2010, Kathy 
Wilk), noting also-
"definite sighting of. First seen by person unknown to me on 2nd Feb 2010 (also 
with one photo), blown in by Cyclone Olga from Qld? view photos at";
1500km off course!

Pine Mountain, Q

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