Little Bittern?\

Subject: Little Bittern?\
From: Jochen Brocks <>
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 16:29:05 +1100

Sitting on the wooden fence next to the cycle path, I had very convenient views of an adult female foraging  in the reeds between the two (F) points. Time: 7:15 to 7:45pm.



Ian Fraser wrote:
Has anyone seen the LB in the last couple of days? I'm still trying to get a photo, and most days try to take time off for a bit of a prowl there, but haven't seen it/them at all in the past few days.

And this morning the Turner Koel was back in full voice; it's been absent (or at least silent) for a couple of weeks or so now and I'd assumed it had moved on.

cheers all



Jochen J. Brocks
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