Black-necked Stork sighting, SE Queensland

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Subject: Black-necked Stork sighting, SE Queensland
From: "Andrew & Natalie Taylor" <>
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2011 12:05:02 +1000
Had a pair of Black-necked Stork feeding in some casual water yesterday a
few km west of Beaudesert, at the corner of Sandy Creek Rd. Always love to
see these majestic creatures - this was quite a surprise as I was heading
back from Boonah to the Gold Coast. To complete the spectacle, a
White-bellied Sea-eagle flew into the large gum tree overhead while I was


Andrew Taylor
Pacific Pines


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