Swooping Magpie Attack Map across Queensland for 2018

Recent Attack details:

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 29 Esdale St, Wavell Heights QLD 4012
Not reporting an actual attack, this time. This is more the Community Service Announcement. Maggie in question lives in the large gum on Studley Park, nearest Esdale Street, and has done some for at least the last 5 years. He is well known to the locals. The trigger or offending item is bicycle helmets. Remove the bicycle helmet, in the park, or as you ride by, and he STOPS swooping.
Injured:No

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - Discovery Dr near Otway Pde, North Lakes QLD 4509
Attacked while on my bike. Got swooped heading sth towards Anzac Ave. Heard a swoosh of wings and was able to wave it off. Heading sth on my way home, was a lot more agressive. Would be careful with this bird. May cause an injury in the near future.
Injured:No

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 40 Union St, Nundah QLD 4012
I was swooped twice last week while cycling. This morning I got of the bike and was walking slowly. This time it attacked me twice and scratch my cheek a little.
Injured:Yes

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Magpie attack on Walker - 35 Astor Terrace, Spring Hill QLD 4000
I was walking to the 7-11 nearby on Henry St when I felt a slap of pain on the back of my head. When I checked my hand, there was blood. So I decided to walk back to my apartment to treat it and the magpie followed me. Swooped me a further 2 times and I panicked so I ran back to the apartment screaming. I now have 2 cuts on the back of my head.
Injured:Yes

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 168 Banks St, Alderley QLD 4051
The magpie swooped me as i entered a trail on my bike at the top of Banks St. And i got a stick and walked my bike for a little bit, i thought i had cleared the area but when i started to ride again the magpie swooped me again! It swooped very closely to my ear, but i slowly walked away until i was fully out of sight of the magpie. It might have been a butcher bird that swooped me but I'm pretty sure it was just a magpie with a slightly brown feathers. It s unusual that i got swooped in the bushland because I go riding at this location very often and there are never birds that swoop within the reserve.
Injured:No

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