|To:||"Cog line" <>|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 28 Feb 2007 18:14:07 +1100|
I took a turn around Central and East Basins today to check that all was OK for the official Tour on March 11. The South side of the Lake was hardly affected by last night's storm, but there was quite a lot of detritus across the track from the cork-oaks back to Sullivan's Creek. Also, the Lake seems to have risen by several centimetres (at least) so the crake-productive mud at Acacia Inlet is now back under water.
Overall the trip was productive with 46 species recorded. The highlights were an Eastern Yellow Robin in Westbourne Woods and some brilliant (camera-less) views of nesting darters with mega-cute young between Black Mountain Peninsula and Sullivans Creek.
It might assist in organisation if anyone intending to participate on the 11th could let me know (preferably by email to this address).
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