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Subject: BBBQ
From: Christine Melrose <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2017 23:09:57 +0000
Dear All
Yesterday afternoon (25/9/17) searching for BBBQ:  after searching the Bullock 
Point site, finding some platelets, but none recent, decided to go out to the 
mud flats at the boat ramp and watch sea birds and raptors. WBSEagles courting 
in the air is a spectacular sight with Brahmini Kite  soaring above.  The usual 
waders were around but tide was just going out so not many present: E Curlew, 
BN Stilts, Wimbrel, Gull-billed Tern and a few others too hard to see without a 
scope. What was interesting was a black Dingo/wild dog who investigated us very 
closely, then followed our scent up to the Quail site.
Today decided to go up early and try again with no luck.  Continued on to 
Inskip Point without success.  Then heading back down Inskip Road a BBBQ 
crossed the road and ran into the bush just at the entrance to the Camp Natone 
site.  What splendiferous luck!
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