Werribee TP

Subject: Werribee TP
From: Darryl Morgan <>
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006 17:54:32 +1100
No problems, just so that it's a bit more clearer. When I said that I entered via South Rd, that means I came off the freeway on the South Rd entrance :)

Out of interest, I know I've seen on somebodies map of Werribee Treatment Plant that Farm and South Rd are public access roads but have opening hours from 6am-9pm. Is this true, or do you need a WTP permit even for these roads aswell? The reason I asked this is because I went to the very end of South Rd and it said that it's a permit only rd. I don't have a permit and usually go with friends when I go. However I do occassionally like to go down to Farm and South Rd to check out the raptors that seem to like the area so it'd be a shame if it was permit only.


Ingwersen, Dean wrote:

Nice one - we missed them, but I'll be keeping my eyes open next time.  Thanks.
Cheers, Dean


From: Darryl Morgan 
Sent: Sat 14/01/2006 8:06 PM
To: Ingwersen, Dean
Subject: Re: [BIRDING-AUS] Werribee TP

In regards to the posts about Werribee TP, I was there Thursday night,
and entered via South Rd and there are a pair of Collared Sparrowhawks
at the very first set of Eucalypts/Gums that line both sides of the
road.  They seemed to be roosting mostly on the right handside.  About
99% sure it was Collared Sparrowhawks, they were chattering away and had
a similar wingshape to that of falcons.


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