Radjah Shelduck on Sunshine Coast

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Subject: Radjah Shelduck on Sunshine Coast
From: Greg Roberts <>
Date: Sat, 22 Aug 2015 07:22:46 +0000
A Radjah Shelduck is showing nicely at Pacific Paradise on the Sunshine Coast 
along with plenty of good birds including Black-necked Stork, Black-tailed 
Godwit, Spotted Harrier and Latham's Snipe. Radjah Shelduck is a very rare 
vagrant to south-east Queensland.
In other birding news for the region, a pair of Beach Stone Curlews is nesting 
at the Kakadu Hide on Bribie Island, where they have tried unsuccessfully to 
nest in previous years.

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Greg Roberts

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