White-necked herons

Subject: White-necked herons
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 04:54:56 +0930
I didn't realise that White-necked Herons in the South-west/Perth were an unusual sighting.
Whilst visting Perth last week  I observed 17 WNH on the Swan at Alfred Cove and then met a lady at Bibra Lake who had just recorded her first.  Do they go further south?
This past year in the Tanami Desert region I've recorded them in numbers ranging from 100-300 during the brief wet season.

Roger Potts ( Pottsie )

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