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12  Plumed Whistling Duck noted over Allen Road.  Noisy Friarbird showinh well along Major Road.
11 Late report of Southern Boobook calling along Allen Road [last heard here in mid-April].
10 First White-browed Scrubwren since mid-July  2015; Continuing presence of Grey-crowned Babbler and Noisy Friarbird.  First appearance of Scaly-breasted Lorikeet since late July
9 Grey-crowned Babbler together with Noisy Friarbird back at Allem Road
8 Whistling Kite reported from, Allen Road.  Reports from Archookoora State Forest:   18 Fairy Martin and 6 White-winged en route to; Little Shrikethrush; Spangled Drongo and male Rose Robin at south end.  1 Nankeen Kestrel whilst returning from Archookoora STate Forest.
7 Little Woodswallow at Allen Road [first report here since 2006].  Noisy Friarbird present.
6 Reappearance of White-winged Chough at Allen Road
5 Fay Bielewicz reports 3 Ground Cuckooshrike over Allen Road.
4 Fay & Julian Bielewicz report 5 Brown Quail, 1 Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, 2 Wedge-tailed Eagle perched atop a dead tree, 3 Australasian Figbird, Olive-backed Oriole and 2 Noisy Friarbird all along Jensens Road.
3 Bush Stone-curlew along Allen Road,
2 Ken Cross and the visiting Sunshine Coast birders report Wonga Pigeon and Spotted Pardalote calling well from the Rogers Day Use area.  From along the road following Emu Creek they report: Bell Miner and Spotted Pardalote calling; 1 Little Lorikeet in nesthole; 3 Brown Cuckoo-Doves and 2 Eastern Spinebill.

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Ken Cross and the visiting Sunshine Coast birders report 1 Nankeen Kestrel en route to Gordonbrook Dam and from Gordonbrook Dam: 30+ White-headed Stilt; 4 Red-rumped Parrot; 2 Yellow-billed Spoonbill; 5 Great Crested Grebe; 1 Great Egret; 2 Glossy Ibis; 2 Caspian Tern; 1 Whistling Kite; 1 Australian Shoveler; 6 White-breasted Woodswallow; Australian Raven calling; 2 Pink-eared Duck; 1 White-necked Heron and 2 Cockatiel.  From Wooroolin Wetlands the same group reports: 1 Whistling Kite and 1 Brown Goshawk.  From Broadwater the group reports: 1 Yellow-billed Spoonbill and 1 Royal Spoonbill; 4 Tree Martin and 1 White-bellied Sea-eagle.