|Subject:||White Ibis Colony|
|Date:||Sat, 20 Sep 2003 06:24:06 EDT|
Went to Lake Gillawarna,at Georges Hall today to see the Ibis colony, thousands of birds sighted, it is quite bizarre actually plus a lone Hardhead.
Also saw the flock of 500 little Corellas.
About 10 metres behind the building where it says 'kiosk' is a Tree with a hollow in it which is about 5 feet of the ground, in it I found handfuls of brown fluffy down and some broken peach coloured egg shells, people should check this out as it might be something interesting.
overall about 35 species sighted.
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