Bob Sothman <>
Thu, 19 Jul 2001 10:46:02 +0930
Morgan Lagoon also had at least 15 Darter last Sunday. This is by far the
most Darter I have seen in SA at any one spot.
A few km West of Morgan (34 02 62 139 38 34 where I reported Black & Pied
honeyeaters in Oct 99) continues to be a reliable spot to see Redthroat.
Some, but not all, of the Eremophlia are in heavy bud so it could be worth
checking out the area in 4 - 6 weeks for honeyeaters.
"Anne & Roger A. Green" wrote:
> SA birdos (and others) may be interested to know that there was a male
> Musk Duck on the Morgan lagoon last week. I was in transit so didn't
> stop for a better look and I haven't been back.
> We've got Aus Grebes (at least 3) on our lagoon at Fiddlers Green. Its
> the first time I've seen them here for several years.
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