Wanganella area, NSW.

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Subject: Wanganella area, NSW.
From: Philip Maher <>
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2010 12:58:50 +1100
There were some good birds in the Wanganella area of NSW on Friday and
Saturday, such as three freckled ducks (on private property), three
red-chested buttonquails on the TSR (a male and two females), two wandering
whistling-ducks and three Australian painted snipes (two males and a female)
at Wanganella swamp; a painted snipe¹s nest with four eggs was located. We
are also witnessing in the Wang¹ area the best plains-wanderer breeding
event in thirty years.

Philip Maher

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

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