Black Bittern

Those species we want to keep hearing about, even if already reported for the year, or the season. They're either rare (e.g. Red Goshawk), localised (e.g. Yellow-throated Miner), cryptic (e.g. owls, button-quail and crakes), unpredictable (e.g. various waterbirds and raptors), or migrants/nomads of local/national interest (e.g. swifts).

Black Bittern

Postby Mick Atzeni » Sun Sep 27, 2015 4:27 pm

A Black Bittern being pursued by Noisy Miners along the creek at 'Tiddalac', Upper Lockyer, was a nice surprise today during a quick visit to my old stamping ground and to catch up with Michael Wood.

Australian Hobby over home this morning. Will have to check it they're nesting again down the road on the tower near the school.

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