Eremaea Birdlines
Interesting and unusual bird observations
Birdline Central & Southern Queensland

Birdline Central & Southern Queensland is a site for the reporting of rare or unusual birds outside their normal range, unusually high or low numbers, early or late arrivals or departures for migrant species and interesting behaviour or unusual habitat usage. The BSCQ region covers a large area from south of Ayr to the New South Wales Border and west to the Northern Territory border.

Birdline Central & Southern Queensland is supported by BirdLife Southern Queensland and moderated by Andy Jensen, Dezmond Wells, Rob Morris and Sandra Gallienne.

We support ethical birding .

10/11/2017

Moderators' Note

The Moderators have adopted a 2 tier sightings system. All legitimate reports will be published,with some sightings which the Moderators consider to be unusual for rarity, distribution or timing being published as 'Highlights' on this page. The following link will appear after sighting submissions which contains information about the species of interest plus the Unusual Record Report Form to be completed and submitted for relevant sightings: http://www.tonypalliser.com/barc. Reports that do not meet the reporting criteria will not be published and we encourage all individuals to submit lists to ensure their sightings are included. We encourage any one with a long list of species to enter them into eBird Australia. The Atlas and list entry components of Eremaea Birds moved to a new site called eBird Australia on 1st February 2014. Birdlines will remain here. In the meantime for entering all your lists register with eBird at www.ebird.org.

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May 2024
Fri 3Fuscous Honeteater
Eumundi Conservation Park-northern section
Three birds seen in tall euc. Small honeyeater grey/brown all over with paler unstreaked breast, small pale yellow/cream streak on side of neck. Sighting made approx 400m in from Seib Rd entrance in drier euc. woodland on ridge top. Species well known to observer. Rare sighting for northern end of Sunshine Coast. eBird checklist
Russ Lamb 3/5 #270473

April 2024
Sun 28Beach Stone Curlew
Toorbul waders roost
Just one bird quite happy to sit with us while having lunch, our first sighting here but have seen three birds many times across the way at Bribie kakadu roost. Maybe an off spring.Great to see.
Bernie and Linda Mcivor and Wilma Staines 3/5 #270472
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