Gatton/Laidley birding

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Subject: Gatton/Laidley birding
From: "Peter Johnson (Intouch Data)" <>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 15:19:29 +1000
On Tuesday I took a trip out to Gatton and Laidley. On Apex Lake at Gatton, 9 
Wandering Whistling Ducks landed just after we arrived. Are they regular 
visitors here?

Also of note on the day - a single Lathams Snipe observed at Lake Galletly 
lurking in the shadows amid the hordes of Plumed Whistling Ducks, a Square 
Tailed kite over the dams near the dairy operation on the Gatton Campus and a 
beautiful Spotted Harrier on the road to Red Rock Recreation Reserve.

No Cotton Pygmy Geese seen on any of the lakes unfortunately.



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