Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

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Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
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Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2010 01:30:18 +1000
Birdline Central & Southern Queensland 

Published sightings for the week ending 14 Mar 2010.

Sun 14 Mar      Black Noddy Point Danger, Coolangatta 
Highlight of sea watch off Point Danger was a Black Noddy feeding just
of the rocks with Common Terns and Wedge-tailed Shearwaters - seen twice
about fifteen minutes apart, so possibly two birds. The noddy got within
300 metres of NSW, but did not cross the border whilst I was watching.
Also a few Pomerine Skuas and one Arctic Skua. A Sooty Oyestercatcher
was resting on the rocks. The day started well with two Powerful Owls
calling on our property bordering Moggill State Forest, Hawkesbury Road,
Anstead, 20 km west of Brisbane CBD. 
Rod Gardner 

Sat 13 Mar      Common Noddy Point Lookout,Stradbroke Island 
During a 4 hour seawatch had at least 25 Common Noddys close in .Also
100 Wedge-tailed Shearwaters,3-4 Pom Skuas and lots of Common and Little
stuart Pickering and Andy Jensen 

Thu 11 Mar      Square-tailed kite Bowman Park, Bardon 
Single over Bowman Parade (-27.45513, 152.97515) 
Tom Tarrant 

Sun 7 Mar       Glossy Black Cockatoos Cedar Creek, Gold Coast
Hinterland, Qld 
4 Glossy Black Cockatoos flew over my property about 11.00 am Sunday
Sandra Gallienne 

Sat 6 Mar       Wandering Tattler Point Lookout, North Stradbroke
Island, SE Qld 
A total of 7 together on the rocks at the point. 
Stuart warren, Rob Dougherty, Chris Sanderson and Colin Reid 


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