sushine coast beach stone-curlews

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Subject: sushine coast beach stone-curlews
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 17:29:37 +1000
This afternoon I saw two widely separated pairs of Beach Stone-Curlew on an
island in the Maroochy River estuary on the Sunshine Coast. With the cooler
weather, the birds are emerging earlier to feed. This species is rare in
southeast Queensland and it is encouraging that two pairs appear to be
holding fort at this site. With a pair also seemingly firmly established in
the Noosa River estuary, the Sunshine Coast is looking like a good place for
the species. 
Greg Roberts 

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