Pied C at Lake G

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Subject: Pied C at Lake G
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 17:53:47 +1000
A lone Pied Cormorant was settling down to roost on the island off the western shore of Lake Ginninderra this afternoon, accompanied by a dozen or so Greats and a couple of Little Blacks. Only the normally prolific Little Pieds were missing. Also present were a couple of Darters and a pair each of Australian White and Straw-necked Ibis. And a pair of Nankeen Night Herons in their usual stand of Casuarinas on the shore north of the island.

John Brannan
36 Challinor Cres., Florey, Canberra ACT 2615, Australia
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