|Subject:||Birding south of Sydney, 16/4/2001|
|From:||"Marc Anderson" <>|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Apr 2001 08:21:56 -0000|
I took a drive today south from Sydney & visited some of the wetland sites around Lake Illawarra. The main places of interest were the Ash Pond at Yallah, Killalea Lagoon & the Lake entrance at Windang. I stopped off in the Royal NP on the way home to add a few more birds to the days list.
Birds of interest were:
Australian Shelduck (5) & Musk Duck (1) at Killalea.
Pink-eared Duck (2), Australian Shoveler (12+), Musk Duck (3), Little Eagle (2), Brown Falcon (2), & Little Grassbird (lots!) at Yallah.
Double-banded Plover (25+), Caspian Tern (12) & Kelp Gull (15+) at Windang.
Total species for the day were 90.
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