Cape Barren Geese

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Subject: Cape Barren Geese
From: "Trevor Hampel" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 20:07:42 +1030
Late last year (October I think) I asked birding-aussers about large flocks
of Cape Barren Geese. Thank you to those who replied.

A few weeks later (Oct. 29th, 1997) I observed a loose flock of ca260
CBGeese over an area of some 20 hectares in the same place. The location
was near the intersection of the Wellington to Langhorne Creek road and the
road to Murray Bridge. The irrigated pasture on which they were feeding is
just north of the northern banks of Lake Alexandrina.

Trevor Hampel

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