|Subject:||winter is close|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Mar 2005 10:24:42 +1100|
Plenty of signs of winter yesterday.
# Some 50 Little Ravens moving through the grassland by Canberra Airport.
# Several White-eared Honeyeaters and a few Yellow-faced Honeyeaters already at Molonglo Gorge.
# No sign of any summer migrants at Molonglo Gorge.
Also at Molonglo Gorge were Double-barred Finch, Peregrine Falcon, Speckled Warbler and Brown-headed Honeyeater.
At Queanbeyan Sewage Ponds yesterday.
# 5 Musk Ducks. No males.
# 4 Pink-eared Ducks.
# 9 Hardheads.
# 4 Black Swans.
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