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Sightings anywhere within a 250 km radius of Toowoomba, but excluding the local survey area (see above), for the period 1 Mar - 31 May 2010.

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Glenn McRae
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More for Autumn - Beyond

Post by Glenn McRae » Wed Apr 21, 2010 3:15 pm

Hi All, I thought it was about time that I got some of my sightings in.

Stanthorpe, Qld - 20-3-10
Grey crowned Babbler - single bird flying across Folkestone St. in town
Eastern Rosellas

Pyramids Rd, Girraween, Qld - 28-3-10
New Holland Honeyeaters
Red Wattlebird
Grey Fantail
Yellow rumped Thornbills
Tree Martins

Girraween National Park, 28-3-10
Striated Thornbills
Red browed Finches
White throated Treecreeper
White eared Honeyeater
Yellow faced Honeyeater
Eastern Spinebills
Yellow tufted Honeyeater
Black faced Woodswallow

Dalby, Qld 4/4/10
Red winged Parrot
Blue Bonnets (near Agricultural College)

Condamine River, Dalby 4/4/10
Weebills

Lake Broadwater 4/4/10
White plumed Honeyeaters
Mistletoe Bird
Australian Raven calling
Emus (2)

Jimbour Station Rd, Dalby, Qld
Singing Bushlarks
cheers
Glenn McRae
Stanthorpe, Qld
It's a good day when you learn something new

gileas
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Black-faced Woodswallows

Post by gileas » Sun Apr 25, 2010 1:34 am

Hi Glenn,

Can I get some more information about the Black-faced Woodswallows you saw please? I'm trying to track down 350 species in SEQ this year, and that's one I don't have a reliable site for.

Regards,
Chris

Glenn McRae
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Location: Stanthorpe, Qld

Post by Glenn McRae » Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:52 am

Chris,
I don't know that my Woodswallow sighting is going to be of much help to you. It was of a single bird at the lower right end of the Camping Grounds not far from where the walking track to the Junction heads off. This is my first and only sighting of Black faced Woodswallows in Girraween.
cheers
Glenn
It's a good day when you learn something new

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