Moonlight Creek

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Subject: Moonlight Creek
From: Peter Morgan <>
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2016 09:15:40 +0000
The crossing of Moonlight Creek on the northern road accessing Weipa today 
produced a host of good birds in about 40 minutes:
Shining and Leaden Flycatcher,
Grey and Rufous Fantail,
Red-browed Finch - brightly coloured northern race,
Spectacled Monarch,
Tropical Scrubwren,
Yellow Oriole,
Large-billed and Fairy Gerygone,
Spotted and Graceful Honeyeater,
Little Shrike-thrush,
Spangled Drongo,
and ... Tawny-breasted Honeyeater.

Not a bad set of birds for a couple from Grafton, with a few new races.
The Black Butcherbird was heard, but as has been the way for the whole trip, 
not seen.

Peter and Bev Morgan

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