|Subject:||Tour de Mulligans Flat|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Aug 2005 10:01:24 +1000|
A leisurely bike ride around Mulligans on Sunday didnt produce a lot in the number of birds but the far eastern and northern sections did have Flame Robin, Tree Martin, Grey Butcherbird, Western Gerygone and an unidentified raptor soaring high above. It didnt look like a Wedge-tailed Eagle although seemed to be a large bird of prey. All I saw was its rounded dark wings and a pale rounded tail before it disappeared from view. Any ideas?
All the small dams we visited were filled to overflowing. It was the most water I had ever seen in them. Even the large dam was almost half full and had many Grey Teal and some Hardhead.
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