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Banded LapwingThis epic began at 7am from Tamborine Village. Ten of us in four cars (we met Jill and John there) travelled via Aratula and Warwick to Stanthorpe where we peeled west on the Texas road. 15 mins along we turned left into delectable Springdale Road to start our birding. First bird we saw was a Fuscous Honeyeater followed by a Weebill.  A good start but amongst the many species of more common birds for the day were the notable Rufous Songlark, a pair of Hooded Robins with a nest, Little Lorikeets, Red-winged Parrot, Diamond Firetail and Striped Honeyeater.
The Bird of the trip - the Banded Lapwing.

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