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Tue 13Pictorella Mannikin
Gumhole Waterhole, Diamantina Lakes NP
5 single PM observed feeding in long grass with 7 Plum-headed Finches. ID photos will be downloaded at end of trip. 6 Black Honeyeaters feeding in shrubs, along with lots of Zebra Finches and Diamond Doves. 2 Spotted Harriers circled above. Location on west side of waterhole. Thanks to Qld Field Nats for tip on PHF. NP in magnificent condition covered in grasses. White-winged Trillrds at every treed location.
Colin and Lynne Cannard 15/8 #240968
Sat 10Flock Bronzewing
9 mile Crossing, south of Bedourie
2 flocks of 40 to 50 Flock Bronzewings, both put up by raptors. Parties of up to Four continually coming in to drink at roadside dams and flying around in all directions. Given extent of drying floodout plains over 10 km, there were probably thousands of birds in the extensive vegetation . Also Australian Pratincloes exceeding count of 100.
Colin and Lynne Cannard 14/8 #240966


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Sat 17Black-faced Woodswallow
Near Port Wakefield
A group of 5. Usually regarded as a rare visitor to the Bowmans/Port Wakefield area, but in the last couple of years a small resident breeding population seems to be established.
Paul Taylor 17/8 #240978


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