Black-tailed Native Hen and 27 others

Sightings anywhere within a 250 km radius of Toowoomba, but excluding the local survey area (see above), for the period 1 Sep - 30 Nov 2009.

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Black-tailed Native Hen and 27 others

Post by Mick Atzeni » Sun Oct 25, 2009 11:59 pm

Emu 25/10/2009 Graysholm, e. of Lake Coolmunda MA, PM, KM
Wedge-tailed Eagle 25/10/2009 Mosquito Creek Rd, Lake Coolmunda MA, PM, KM
Little Eagle 25/10/2009 Cement Mills MA, PM, KM
Australian Ringneck 25/10/2009 Cement Mills PM
Blue Bonnet 25/10/2009 Mosquito Creek Rd, Lake Coolmunda MA, PM, KM
Crested Shrike-tit 25/10/2009 between Yuraraba and Gore MA, PM, KM
White-winged Fairy-wren 25/10/2009 Lake Coolmunda MA, PM, KM
Varied Sittella 25/10/2009 Durikai SF MA, PM, KM
Yellow-tufted Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Durikai SF MA, PM, KM
Fuscous Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Cement Mills MA, PM, KM
White-plumed Honeyeater 25/10/2009 between Yuraraba and Gore MA, PM, KM
White-naped Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Durikai SF MA, PM, KM
Black-chinned Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Durikai SF MA, PM, KM
Brown-headed Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Durikai SF MA, PM, KM
Yellow-throated Miner 25/10/2009 Mosquito Creek Rd, Lake Coolmunda MA, PM, KM
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater 25/10/2009 Mosquito Creek Rd, Lake Coolmunda PM
Diamond Firetail 25/10/2009 Gore PM, KM
Plum-headed Finch 25/10/2009 Gore MA, PM, KM
Zebra Finch 25/10/2009 Felton East MA, PM, KM
Marsh Sandpiper 24/10/2009 Seven Mile Lagoon MA, PM, KM
Red Knot 24/10/2009 high tide roost, Lytton MA, PM, KM
Red-necked Stint 24/10/2009 roost, Port of Brisbane MA, PM, KM
Sharp-tailed Sandpiper 24/10/2009 high tide roost, Lytton MA, PM, KM
Curlew Sandpiper 24/10/2009 high tide roost, Lytton MA, PM, KM
Tree Martin 24/10/2009 Lota MA, PM, KM
Fairy Martin 24/10/2009 Kentville MA, PM, KM
White-breasted Woodswallow 24/10/2009 Glenore Grove MA, PM, KM
Black-tailed Native-hen 22/10/2009 Jahnke's Lagoon, Gatton PM, KM

All seen during the Birds Queensland Twitchathon, except for the Black-tailed Native Hen - a single bird seen Thursday.

Observers: PM= Pat McConnell, KM= Ken McKeown, MA=Mick Atzeni
Michael Atzeni
7 Woden St, Murphys Creek 4352
Mob: 0499 395 485

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