|To:||James Mustafa <>|
|Subject:||Australia's first TUFTED DUCK!|
|From:||Peter Shute <>|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Jan 2019 21:25:54 +1100|
The attached map shows where the bird was this afternoon, about 4:30pm. When we arrived, the bird was in the pond where I've marked an A, and we were viewing from the base of the arrow on the south side of the pond. Everyone had parked along the east side of that pond.
After a while it flew over the embankment into the next pond to the north. I had to leave, but I'm guessing it was approximately where I've marked a B. People were viewing it from the base of the red arrow on the east side of that pond.
As James mentioned, no access on Friday because of the Total Fire Ban. I think there's some rain forecast for Saturday, so it's worth remembering that the "Dry weather road only" signs on some of the roads between the ponds in this area really mean it, even with a 4WD.
On Thu, 3 Jan 2019 at 20:51, Peter Shute <> wrote:
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