Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Central & Southern Queensland Weekly Update
Date: 1 Dec 2014 06:34:02 +1000
   Birdline Central & Southern Queensland

   Published sightings for the week ending 30 Nov 2014.

   Sat 29 Nov Sooty Owl, Barking Owl, Southern Boobook, Owlet Nightjar.
   Great Sandy National Park--Bymien Picnic Area
   All calling. Full list on eBird.
   Sarah Beavis; Kevin and Leanne Ross.
   Wed 26 Nov Lewin's Rail, Spotless Crake Fresh Water Creek, Kallangur
   Lewin's Rail recorded at two sites, a single bird calling at each site,
   in swampy reaches of Fresh Water Creek between Duffield Road and Kuhr
   Court, Kallangur (upstream of Wagner Park). Ample habitat to support
   many pairs. Habitat dominated by 100% cover of dense weedy grass (to
   1.5 m height), with included ferns, forbs and emergent Typha, bordered
   by paperbark trees. Spotless Crake was calling at two other sites.
   Roger Jaensch
   Sooty Owls, Marbled Frogmouths Mt Nebo - Mt Glorious
   Sooty Owls in both Mt Nebo and Mt Glorious - I'm fairly sure the bird
   calling incessantly at Mt Glorious was a young bird (as 2 other birds
   were responding). 2 Pairs of Marbled Frogmouths (2 seen well), Southern
   Boobook and Australian Owlet-Nightjar (H). Great views of a Greater
   Rob Morris
   Sooty Owl, Marbled Frogmouth D'Aguilar National Park--Maiala Loop Walk
   Both heard only.
   Russell Yong & T. Crispin
   Mon 24 Nov Masked Owl, Sooty Owl Main Range National Park--Goomburra
   Both heard only.
   RussellYong, M. Barnes & J. Ringma
   Sun 23 Nov Wood Sandpiper Dowse Lagoon
   Keogh st end on foreshore .
   Milton Smith
   Sat 22 Nov Tawny Frogmouth Springwood Conservation Park
   Sitting on tree branch opposite the cliff on the main stairs, just past
   the cave.
   Kim Anthony Groves
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