Gluepot Notes

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Subject: Gluepot Notes
From: Chris Shaw <>
Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2020 11:22:17 +1030
I jotted down a few notes about the birds I saw at Birdlife Australia’s Gluepot 
Reserve while doing a little bit of volunteering over a week during early 
December. Lot’s of Woodswallow’s continue around the Mallee and a few of their 
high flying aerial foraging confederates that are associated with weather 
fronts made an appearance for a couple of days.

Gluepot would be a great place to be during the next couple of days for the 
Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction but hopefully We’ll be able to see it from here 
on the coast in Adelaide.

Chris Shaw

+61 409 675912

Experts possess more data than judgment.
COLIN POWELL, attributed, Doing Business in the New Latin America

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