Sewerage ponds

Subject: Sewerage ponds
From: Andy Burton's Bush Tours <>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 11:22:27 +1000
What about Fishwyck (?) / Jerrabomberra in the ACT or Parkes. The former has regularly had Blue-billed Ducks while the latter on my only visit was outstanding and yielded, amongst many others, Black Falcon.

Regards, Andy

G'day Birdos,
while on the topic of wonderful places to go birding, especially STW,
how about Gum Swamp, part of the Forbes STW, always a good spot for
Freckled Duck. I haven't visited the area for about ten years but I
assume it's still there. Wagga STW is also good in dry years at least.

Does anyone know of an STW that isn't worth visiting.

By the way, I've always found sewage ponds far more productive than
sewerage ponds (sorry Alan)

Graham Turner.
Lower Blue Mtns

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