There are thousand of Northern
Shoveler in Europe and North America, so why go to Werribee to see
one? simple, because this one is the only (apparently) Northern Shoveler in
Australia and counts as an Australian bird in your Field Guide.
To me it's perfect understandable.
Besides take a 4 hours train from anywhere is
much cheaper than fly all the way to North America...
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