I hope to be visiting Brisbane in about a month?s time and one place I am
particularly interested in is the Mt Glorious area as it appears to harbor
quite a few species that would be new species for me to admire and
hopefully photograph. I found oodles of info on the net about this park
etc, but I am not able to find exactly where the walks start (even from
Qld parks sites) and how to get to them except that there is a place
called Maiala for walks like Greenes Falls, Cypress Grove track and
Rainforest Circuit. There are a number of birds I hope to locate such as
Logrunner, Pale-yellow Robin, Regent and Satin Bowerbirds, Sooty Owl
(ambitious I know), Southern Boobook, Marbled Frogmouth (another big
wish), Noisy Pitta, Wompoo Fruit Dove, Russet-tailed Thrush, Paradise
Riflebird, Green Catbird, Large-billed Scrub-Wren, Yellow-throated
Scrubwren and Topknot Pigeon as well as Pied Butcherbird.
Does anyone know where exactly the above mentioned tracks start?
I also plan on spending a full night on the mountain spotlighting for
various nocturnal animals. So if any kind person has any leads they would
not mind sharing (even off the list) with a very responsible person then I
would sincerely appreciate the info and perhaps someday I would be able to
happily reciprocate the kind help.
Many thanks for any help (and big thanks already to Colin Reid, Tom
Tarrant and David Taylor).
0423 093 687
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