Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
Date: 4 Mar 2013 01:31:13 +1000

Birdline Central & Southern Queensland

Published sightings for the week ending 3 Mar 2013.

Sun 3 Mar Great Crested Grebe Dowse Lagoon, Sandgate
A pair of Great Crested Grebes this morning on Dowse Lagoon. This seems to be the first Eremaea record for this site, and an unusual sight in such a suburban location. The birds could be seen to the right of the bird hide.
Steve Murray

Thu 28 Feb Australian Kite FRAZER 1' Cell
Australian Kite (1) Settled in tree and then circled around at good height for several minutes and disappeared over hill.
Ed Frazer

Tue 26 Feb Red Tailed Black Cockatoos Clagiraba, Nerang Canunugra Rd, SEQld
Sea Eagle was scattering all the birdlife and among the mix were two large, languid, calling Red Tail Cockies which is a nice one to get in this area and only a few miles west of Nerang.
Duncan Fowler

Mon 25 Feb Budgerigar Finch Hatton 10' Cell
A small flock (15) flew across the road about 1.5 km west of Pinnacle township.
Ivor Preston

Sat 23 Feb Wandering Tattler Alexandra Headlands, Sunshine Coast
Observations made on large, rocky headland south of main beach. Fine and hot. Wandering Tattler (2) Two birds in non-breeding plumage present on rocky headland.
Paul Brooks

Fri 22 Feb Budgerigar Proserpine QLD Block
Small flock flew across Bruce Hwy between Bowen & Proserpine, early afternoon.
Ivor Preston

Mon 18 Feb Channel-billed Cuckoo Capalaba
2 baby cuckoos in the trees in the back yard been there for 4 days
Mick Keenan

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