No Hardheads at WTP

To: "Frank Pierce / Janet Mattiske" <>
Subject: No Hardheads at WTP
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 13:26:28 +1000
Hello Frank and all

I have been out and about extensively in SE Queensland over the past few
weeks and there are almost no Hardheads around here either.  in the latter
half of last year there were thousands of them and they were in practically
every pond around the place.   I suspect that seen the good rains and floods
inland, they have all headed there.  About 12 years ago I was involved in
some aerial surveys at what is now Currawinya NP and there were from memory
about 30000 Hardheads there at the time.



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