Black-necked Stork

To: "Birding Aus" <>, <>, "Alan Stuart - HBOC" <>, "Max Maddock" <>, "aimee hutchinson" <>, "Tim Scrace" <>, "Pat Lodge" <>
Subject: Black-necked Stork
From: "Peter A. Ekert" <>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 12:10:00 +1000
Hi Birders,
A single Black-necked Stork (Jabiru) has just been observed at The Wetlands Centre, which is only the 3rd known record for the site.
The bird was seen just 5 mins (12 noon) ago foraging in knee-deep in water of Moorhen Swamp, on the northern part of the site.
Peter A. Ekert
Project Co-ordinator -
Wetland Care Australia
(Monitoring Birds in Welands of north-east NSW)
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
(Rufous Scrub-bird monitoring program in north-east NSW)
The Wetlands Centre Ecologist
The Wetlands Centre
PO Box 292
Ph. 02 49516466     Mob.  0410566104     Fax.  02 49501875
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