Jabiroo at Berry (NSW)

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Subject: Jabiroo at Berry (NSW)
From: Chris Chafer <>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 21:06:54 +1000
Hi all

I have had a reliable report that there's a Jabiru (Black-necked Stork)
being regularly observed on a farm dam at Bellawongarah (about half way
between Berry and Kangaroo Valley on the Berry Mountain Rd). This is the
first Illawarra record since 1977.

If any of get the opportunity see, I appreciate letting me know.


Russell Woodford
Music & Info Systems
Sacred Heart College Geelong
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