Towards 350 for SEQ: a request for information

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Towards 350 for SEQ: a request for information

Post by gileas » Wed Feb 17, 2010 12:01 pm

Hi all,

So now that I've reached the 250 mark, I'm hoping to get some advice on some of the harder species in the region; birds I'm not sure whether I can find with my current knowledge. Some of them are hopefully easy - just a gap in my knowledge, while others, like Red Goshawk, will not be easy. I'm not expecting people to go through and address every bird, but if you have an idea on any of these species' I'd appreciate hearing it. Also, if anyone has any good suggestions for how I can keep my list so it is visible online I'd appreciate it; I'd love to show people the whole list rather than just giving updates.


Freckled Duck
Australian Bustard
Black-tailed Native-hen
Red-chested Button-quail
Wood Sandpiper
Painted Snipe
Banded Lapwing
Roseate Tern
Red Goshawk
Australian Ringneck
Swift Parrot
Brush Bronzewing
Oriental Cuckoo
Black-eared Cuckoo
Barking Owl
Barn Owl
Masked Owl
Large-tailed Nightjar
Spotted Nightjar
Fork-tailed Swift
Blue-winged Kookaburra
Red-backed Kingfisher
Southern Emu-wren
Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
Regent Honeyeater
Black-chinned Honeyeater
Painted Honeyeater
Shining Flycatcher
Masked Woodswallow
White-browed Woodswallow
Black-faced Woodswallow
Olive Whistler
Flame Robin
White-backed Swallow
Brown Songlark

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Wanted list

Post by Mick Atzeni » Sun Jun 27, 2010 7:46 pm


A Blue-winged Kookaburra opposite the cattle yards near Lake Clarendon entrance yesterday around 1pm if you haven't already got it.

Be good to see your progress list and updated wanted list. Did I ever send you the spreadsheet template I use for the seasonal ones??


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