At Parklakes yesterday a Striped Honeyeater was showing well; in addition to a Spotless Crake.
|Striped Honeyeater - an uncommon species on the Sunshine Coast|
|Spotless Crake - always a difficult species to see well - at Parklakes|
At Finland Road there was [as always] a good variety of birds. The highlights were a pair of Black-necked Storks. There was a nesting pair of Black-shouldered Kites plus a flock of 10 Black Kites.
|Pair of Black-necked Storks at Dusk on Finland Road|
|Black- necked Storks|
|Great Crested Grebe at Wappa Dam|
|Jacana at Wappa Dam|
At the North Arm dam [near the school] there was a good flock of Magpie Geese and Plumed Whistling Ducks. As well a large feral but beautiful Mute Swan.