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Birdwalk November 2017

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Our last boardwalk of the year was to Seventeen Mile Rocks Park at Jindalee. While this was more of a social outing we had a number of interesting and unusual sightings of the area (now very busy with people and human activities). A Little Corella taking the seed pods of an introduced cassia? tree in the carpark, a young Magpie Goose flying overhead, a male Darter in full breeding plumage perched on a rock in the river and our first sighting of a Dusky Honeyeater were of special note. The Dusky Honeyeaters seem to be extending their range southwards as one was sighted recently in Sherwood Arboretum. Of note was that we did not see the smaller species such as fairy-wrens, finches and scrub-wrens that we have sighted in past years.

LOCATION: 17Mile Rocks Park

DATE: 25.11.17



Magpie Goose

Maned Duck

Pacific Black Duck

Australian Brushturkey

Australian White Ibis

White-faced Heron

Australasian Darter

Masked Lapwing

Rock Dove

Spotted Dove

Crested Pigeon

Pheasant Coucal

Pacific Koel

Channel-billed Cuckoo

Laughing Kookaburra

Sacred Kingfisher

Rainbow Bee-eater

Little Corella

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Rainbow Lorikeet

Scaly-breasted Lorikeet

Pale-headed Rosella

Brown Honeyeater

Blue-faced Honeyeater

Noisy Miner

Lewin's Honeyeater

Striated Pardalote

Grey Butcherbird

Pied Butcherbird

Australian Magpie

Pied Currawong

Black-faced Cuckooshrike

Australasian Figbird

Olive-backed Oriole

Willie Wagtail

Torresian Crow

Welcome Swallow

Tree Martin

Dusky Honeyeater