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TMNHA Bird Walk 21st March 2009 - Clagirabar Conservation Park

Clagiraba Conservation Reserves stretch from Lower Beechmont plateau to Mt Nathan. The reserves provide a habitat linkage between the Hinze Dam catchment to the south, the Tamborine Plateau to the north-west and the vast tracts of Canungra forest through to Nerang State Forest to the north-west.

Our walk was through the section at Bellis Road, Clagiraba. The fine weather and variety of habitats provided a good bird list, 42 species. A male Cicadabird was definitely the bird of the day. A good sighting up close was a real treat as Cicadabirds are more often heard than seen.

Pacific Black Duck, Australian Wood Duck, Laughing Kookaburra, Common Bronzewing, Rufous Fantail, Grey Fantail, White-browed Scrubwren, Black-faced Monach, Cicadabird, Rufous Whistler, Leaden Flycatcher, Whiter-throated Gerygone, Eastern Whipbird, Striated Pardalote, Lewin’s Honeyeater, Bar-shouldered Dove, Brown Thornbill, Golden Whistler, Eastern Yellow Robin, Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Scarlet Honeyeater, Galah, Crimson Rosella, Brown Pigeon, Silvereye, White-throated Honeyeater, Spotted Pardalote, Mistletoebird, Grey Shrike-thrush, White-throated Treecreeper, Wedge-tailed Eagle, Australian King Parrot, Little Shrike-thrush, Spectacled Monach, Shining Bronze-Cuckoo, Masked Lapwing, Australasian Grebe, Australian Magpie, Willie Wagtail, Torresian Crow, Magpie-lark

Marg Eller

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