birding-aus Geelong

Subject: birding-aus Geelong
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 1999 09:47:26 +1000 (EST)

I haven't been able to do much birding-aus since getting back to Geelong a
couple of weeks ago, but at least the birds have come to find me.  Around
my house (on the shores of Limeburner's Lagoon, Corio Bay) we've had a
pair of peregrines chasing each other  - and the odd pigeon :-)  
The Little Egrets are breeding again, and to add a spot of colour there's
been a Cockatiel around for about a week - 99% sure of being an aviary
escape.  I guess the peregrines will find it eventually.

I'll add these to my atlas sheets, of course.  Hope you're all busy
filling out lots of sheets yourselves.

Russell Woodford

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