Sunshine Coast Birding

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Subject: Sunshine Coast Birding
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2013 17:33:25 +1000
Some interesting birds about the Sunshine Coast over the past couple of days
include a pair of Grey Goshawks with a well-developed fledgling in a nest
near Cooroy. Barred Cuckoo-Shrike, Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove and White-eared
Monarch are putting in lots of appearances. A pair of Pale-vented Bush-hens
this morning showed very well at North Arm, where I have also had Lewin's
Rail recently.


More here, along with a note about a cat-killed Squirrel Glider found in my


Greg Roberts


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