Bird list: Woodlands historic Park near Melbourne airport

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Subject: Bird list: Woodlands historic Park near Melbourne airport
Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2001 18:28:49 +1000
Had an opportunity to visit Woodlands Historic Park again today,
after going to the airport. Toured the interesting house and a
ranger told me that the Eastern Barred Bandicoots seem to be
doing OK as several new animals were found recently. 

Added a couple of species to the lists Lawrie Conole has posted:
Bell Miner and Banjo Frog (Limnodynastes dumerili), both from
the northern picnic ground.

And - how I hate saying this - I took a closer look at the
winter-plumage grebe there and I'm pretty sure it is a
Hoary-headed Grebe.  So please ignore the "record" of
Australasian Grebe in my posting of 18 September 2001.

Michael Norris

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