I was getting rather concerned about the well being of the Little Lorikeet.
What was it doing in the water? What were all those Pink Ears doing to it?!
Large, dive bombing duck?!
It was a relief to find THIS message was about a duck!!
I wish the Scheyville NP Little Lorikeets good nesting in their
hollows!...... and hope no Wood Ducks come calling!
> Thanks a lot for the tip off Keith. I can report that the bird was in the
> water at 6pm on the 30th. I arrived at about 5:30, had a good look around
> and thought I might have dipped. As I was checking the street directory
> directions to the other wet spots around there a large duck landed in the
> dam, scattering the 30 odd pink ears. I've never been so happy to see a
> On 10/28/06, kbrandwood <> wrote:
> > Hi All, for those who need a Australian Shelduck for there county list
> > there was one at the small dam alongside Powell's Rd Richmond yesterday.
> > White-browed Wood Swallows are nesting on Blacktown Rd Freemans Reach.
> > Happy Twitching to all those involved this weekend.
> > keith b the beautiful Hawkesbury 60km N/W of Sydney
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> Evan Beaver
> Lapstone, Blue Mountains, NSW
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