Pied Herons at Alice Springs Sewage Ponds

Subject: Pied Herons at Alice Springs Sewage Ponds
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 03:42:21 +0000 (GMT)
Hi Birders!
There are currently a pair of Pied Heron in full breeding plumage at Alice 
Spring Sewage Ponds- flowing crests and neck plumes, bright yellow beaks, lush 
blue-grey backs: absolutely stunning birds. They are hanging around the ponds 
in the SE corner of the site with a 50+ flock of Straw-necked Ibis. 
Mark Carter
DesertLife: Bird Guide, Wildlife Surveys & Consultancy in Australia's Red 
CentreT ++61 (0) ABN 31234450010

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