Forgot to report that Al Young saw a Square-tailed Kite at the Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat on 24 June 2015.
Locally, this species has been seen a lot more in recent years, along with Black Falcon. Black Kites have also built up a huge local population. Any thoughts on why?
Those species we want to keep hearing about, even if already reported for the year, or the season. They're either rare (e.g. Red Goshawk), localised (e.g. Yellow-throated Miner), cryptic (e.g. owls, button-quail and crakes), unpredictable (e.g. various waterbirds and raptors), or migrants/nomads of local/national interest (e.g. swifts).
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