Birdline Central & Southern Queensland
Published sightings for the week ending 29 May 2011.
|Sun 29 May
||White-fronted Honeyeater,Black-necked Stork
Good morning at Minnippi.White-fronted Honeyeater still present in same area,1 Black-necked Stork flew low over lake at 8am,my 1st record here,also 1 Comb-crested Jacana on lake.
|Thu 26 May
Glendevon Crescent, Mt Warren Park
One bird flying over residential area today about 11.00-11.45. Observed for about 45 minutes - photos taken
Sandra Gallienne and Judy Leitch
|Tue 24 May
One bird foraging on mudflat between Buckley's Hole and the Sandbar
1 seen and several heard
2 birds on sandflats
||Spotless Crake (immature)
Harold Kielly Park, off Bracken Ridge Rd.
One seen on the island just in front of the footbridge - in early morning sunlight - not too shy. Also present were 4 adult Magpie Geese with 3 half-grown immatures. A very large White-tailed Water-rat was nearby acting very like an otter. Many GH Cisticolas & Tawny Grassbird were seen & heard in the reeds, etc.
|Mon 23 May
3 in total. 2 hens then one cock at separate locations. All within 50m of the car park. Also Large-tailed Nightjars at Rainbow Waters caravan park
|Sat 21 May
South Stradbroke Island
One bird roosting with Crested, Common and Little Terns towards the northern end of the eastern beach.
Todd Burrows, Bill Moorhead, Jack Moorhead, Leighton Upton
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