Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

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Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
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Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2010 01:30:40 +1000
Birdline Central & Southern Queensland 

Published sightings for the week ending 27 Jun 2010.

Tue 22 Jun      Double-banded Plover Wellington Point 
4 Double-banded Plovers on the "spit" to island mid morning 
John Dennison 

Sat 19 Jun      Yellow-nosed Albatross Southport Pelagic 
At least 8 Yellow-nosed Albatross following a fishing trawler just a few
kms off Southport. Not that common in Queensland waters. 
Steve Murray 

Fri 18 Jun      Eungella Honeyeater Snake Rd, Eungella Uplands 
4 or 5 birds seen 100mtrs along Snake Rd from Dalrymple Rd junction,
feeding on mistletoe with dominant Lewin's Honeyeaters. A very
co-operative adult male Regent Bowerbird was seen closely a few times
further up along Snake Rd. 
Martin Cachard 

Wed 16 Jun      Major Mitchell's Cockatoo Balonne Hwy, 12km E of Bollon 
9 birds including a begging juvenile allowed a very close approach while
feeding on melons alongside the cypress/mulga beside the road. Other
good birds seen at the same site included Spotted Bowerbird, Inland &
Chestnut-tailed Thornbills, Splendid Fairy-wren, Crested Bellbird etc. 
Martin Cachard 


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