Little Bitterns

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Subject: Little Bitterns
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 20:51:07 +1100
I think the 'lone star' area is where most people have been looking - certainly 
they have when I've been there, and that is where I have seen male and probable 
female birds.

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From: "Jerry Bishop" 
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 09:01:10 +1100
Subject: Little Bitterns

> Good Morning,
> After seeing the pictures/maps submitted by David Rosalky and Geoffrey Dabb
> I can record that my observations have all been where Geoffrey's lone star
> is (above the 131m mark in the margin) and that's about 50 metres to the
> West of what I have regarded as the old boat ramp - seen sticking out into
> the lake to the right of said lone star.
> Jerry Bishop

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