Birdline Tasmania Weekly Update

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Subject: Birdline Tasmania Weekly Update
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Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 01:30:51 +1000
Birdline Tasmania 

Published sightings for the week ending 21 Mar 2010.

Wed 17 Mar      White-bellied Sea-Eagle North Esk River St. Leonards
While walking the dogs 9.00am, passed within 15 metres of a pair of
unconcerned large sea eagles in a short dead tree on west side of the
North Esk River. Just below the St. Leonards Athletic Centre. Walk here
every day never seen these before. 
Brian Page 

Sun 14 Mar      Spotted Quail-thrush St Helens, Tasmania 
Three pairs observed at different locations over a 1 hour period from
1.30pm while driving on tracks along stony mountain ridges south west of
St Helens. Although shy, this species is relatively common in this area.
The favoured habitat is stringy bark forest above 300m with understory
of boronia and scattered xanthorrhoea growing along stony ridges. 
Ian May 


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