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Wed 29Square-tailed Kite
Petrie Scout Group, off Torrens Road, Kalangur
This afternoon while birding a Square-tailed Kite flew in and landed in one of the taller trees next to the Scout Hut in the reserve and was very comfortable preening and still there when I left 40 minutes later.
Marie Tarrant 29/6 #227881


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Sun 26Little Lorikeet, Black-chinned Honeyeater
Private Property, Gowan NSW (149 20 0.423E , 33 6 51.135S)
At least 2 Little Lorikeets feeding in the White Box which was also providing snowy weather food to Black-chinned, Yellow-tufted and White-naped Honeyeaters.
Melissa Mason, Tiffany Mason 28/6 #227875


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Wed 29White-eared Monarch
Townsville Town Common Conservation Park
Observation location originally reported by Neil Bruce 3 weeks earlier and then Len and Chris Ezzy only 2 days ago. Single tail-less juvenile still present today. No sign of adults still remaining in the area.
Brendan Cook 29/6 #227884


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Mon 27Turquoise Parrot
Dookie College Bushland Reserve
One bird heard. other woodland species present during the day were Painted Button-quail (2), Hooded Robin, Black-chinned Honeyeater, Diamond Firetail, White-browed Babbler and Crested Shrike-tit
Doug Robinson 29/6 #227879


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Mon 27Eastern Reef Egret
Port Denison
A single young Reef Egret along the marina foreshore. (Franklin's Gull not seen today, apparently has moved north).
Paul Taylor and Pam Smith 28/6 #227878

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