Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
Date: 8 Sep 2014 07:44:33 +1000
   Birdline Central & Southern Queensland

   Published sightings for the week ending 7 Sep 2014.

   Mon 8 Sep Channel-billed Cuckoo Carindale
   1 heard 5:08 am.
   Sheryl Keates
   Sun 7 Sep White-winged Triller Minnippi Parklands
   Female bird on top of hill near airfield,surprisingly the !st site
   Stuart Pickering
   Sat 6 Sep Red-necked Avocet Lindum Wetlands
   A group of six seen this morning Photo taken from Kianawah Rd
   Ken Doy
   Marsh Sandpiper Lindum Wetlands
   A small flock flew in at around 9am. Photo taken from Kianawah Rd
   Ken Doy
   Square-tailed Kite Mt Coot-tha--JC Slaughter Falls
   Great views this afternoon
   Rob Morris
   Latham's Snipe Minnippi Parklands
   In it's normal sighting area ,the strip of vegetation just off from the
   island, usually quite shy and keeps some distance.
   Ken Doy
   Fri 5 Sep Latham's Snipe Sandy Camp Road Wetlands
   3 birds landed in third lagoon from road.
   jeremy wynne
   Yellow Chat Bajool - Port Alma Road, Port Alma
   4 Yellow Chats - macgregori (1 x male and 3 x female) observed on the
   northern side of Bajool - Port Alma Road, in the usual site immediately
   west of the saltworks. Unfortunately, no photos were taken (always
   happens when you don't have a camera!).
   Carla Perkins, Ralf Regeer
   Thu 4 Sep Striped Honeyeater Sandy Camp Road Wetlands
   4 birds seen flying between the main track and the peninsula
   jeremy wynne
   Wed 3 Sep Swift Parrot Gould Adams Park, Kingston
   Three birds sighted high up in a flowering eucalyptus at 8.00 am.
   Difficult to find. Location given away by their call. Soon chased away
   by a Noisy Miner.
   Simon Graham
   Mon 1 Sep Eungella honeyeater Chelman's Road, Eungella NP
   Thanks to the new Dolby/Clarke book we were able to locate this endemic
   honeyeater precisely where it was supposed to be! Finding it and
   photographing it was quite a challenge. It is an extremely elusive
   Hedley & Irena Earl
   Sat 30 Aug Chestnut-breasted Mannikin New development on Dohles Rocks
   Road, Griffin on right just past Bruce Highway
   Small flock of Chestnut Breasted Mannikins sighted on waste land behind
   new roadway.
   Pip Grant-Taylor
   Grey Falcon Bowra Station Homestead/camping area
   One bird flew over the Shearers' Quarters at 8.30 am heading east. It
   was later seen flying near the main gate by two other observers. This
   was only the second sighting at Bowra in August, the other being on
   August 1st.
   Barry Davies and George Diggles
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