Magpie Geese at Tidbinbilla ACT

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Subject: Magpie Geese at Tidbinbilla ACT
From: "Ian Fraser" <>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 16:50:17 +1000
I disagree with Benjamin's assessment that the Tid "wetlands area was not very affected by the fires and the waterbirds were OK". I saw them on 24 January 2003 and the surrounds were burnt to ground level, and reed beds down to the water. At the time I was astonished that the few surviving water birds had done so. (Which doesn't of course help with the question of the Daffies.)
Ian Fraser,  
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