Shooting BirdLife Capricornia

29 June 2016

When the BirdLife Capricornia, a branch of the national BirdLife Australia, arrived on North Keppel Island the plan was clear, to conduct an island wide bird survey. This was the second survey undertaken by the group who acknowledge there are 100 birds identified on North Keppel Island, which is part of the Keppel Island Group.

I walked across sections of the island with the BirdLife members lead by Mr Alan Briggs. During the two day exercise the group recorded existing species still present and added a new bird to the list of identified species.

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