|Subject:||Pelicans perching on poles|
|From:||David Clark <>|
|Date:||Sun, 20 Jan 2019 13:28:12 +1100|
It is a common sight to see Pelicans perched on light poles as you drive in to Lakes Entrance. Most suitable poles along the east coast seem to attract Pelicans and, like Sandra Henderson, I have watched them at Eden Wharf. The grace and ease with which they land on a relatively small target is great to watch.
Interestingly, a shop in Barwon Heads (Vic) has some quite realistic, life size plastic/fibreglass Pelicans, including one that is intended to be placed on a pole. I'm very tempted!
On Sun, Jan 20, 2019 at 5:14 AM sandra henderson <> wrote:
Often see them perched on the light poles at Eden Wharf, and they are roosting high in dead trees at the Mugga Lane tip. You can see them from Long Gully Rd.
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