Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

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Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
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Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 01:30:22 +1000
Birdline Central & Southern Queensland 

Published sightings for the week ending 28 Mar 2010.

Fri 26 Mar      Rufous-crowned Emu-Wren, Spinifexbird, Pictorella
Mannikin, Spinifex Pigeon Bladensburg Nat. Park, via Winton 
The N.P. reopened today - found many Spinifexbirds at the R-C Emu-Wren
site - fleeting but satisfactory sightings of 3 Emu-Wren and a number of
groups of Spinifex Pigeon. Of real interest were the 10-12 Pictorella
Mannikins - excellent views - mixed in with Zebra Finches - not
mentioned in the Species List of the Birds of Bladensburg Nat. Park as
provided by Nat. Parks Office. 
Brian & Meg Johnson 

Thu 25 Mar      Square-tailed kite Boundary St, Bardon 
Single bird mobbed by Rainbow Lorikeets 
Tom Tarrant 

Mon 22 Mar      Channel Billed Cuckoo Cedar Creek Rd, Cedar Creek, Gold
1 Bird heard and then seen flying south at 0800 today. Not usually
present here this late in March. 
Sandra Gallienne 

Sun 21 Mar      Marbled Frogmouth Mapleton Forest Reserve 
2 females calling, one of which was seen well 
Greg Roberts, Chris Corben 

Sat 20 Mar      Lesser Frigate Bird Pt Lookout, North Stradbroke Island 
One female LF Bird overhead during afetrnoon seawatch - 4 Pom and 1
Arctic Skua, Noddies, Wedge-tailed Shearwaters and 2 Wandering Tattler
on rocks. 
Colin Reid and Stuart Warren 

        Powerful Owl Moggill State Forest (off Mill Rd) 

Colin Reid, Rob Dougherty and Stuart Warren 


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