Wentworth Falls Lake
Carol Probets <>
Thu, 21 Dec 2006 10:50:49 +1100
Last Sunday 17/12/06 I was driving past Wentworth Falls Lake so
decided to stop in and have a quick look what was there. I ended up
with a list of 45 species, including a Latham's Snipe which was
standing at the edge of the water beside the dense sedge vegetation.
This is a species not often reported in the Blue Mountains although
they are no doubt here regularly. Also present were the White-winged
Trillers that have been there since late September.
Nothing else particularly unusual but a Leaden Flycatcher was nice as
were the Rufous Whistlers, which seem to be more abundant in the
mountains this season compared to the previous few years.
Guided birding in the Blue Mountains & Capertee Valley
PO Box 330
Katoomba NSW 2780
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