Some interesting sightings from FNQ

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Subject: Some interesting sightings from FNQ
From: Richard Nowotny <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 21:17:25 +1000
A few days in and around Port Douglas have produced the following interesting 
sightings (interesting by virtue of their being uncommon or because of their 
Good numbers of Plumed Whistling-duck at Pennyweight Lagoon on AWC's Brooklyn 
An adult and an immature Rufous Night-heron on the Sea Temple golf course. 
Three Dollarbirds hawking for insects at dusk, also at the golf course.
A Pied Currawong at a small dam north of Mt Carbine.
A Rufous Fantail at Mitchell Lake.
[The early rains have brought Wet-like verdancy to the entire coastal region 
and the Tableland up here.]
Richard Nowotny

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