|Subject:||Australian Shelduck breeding|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Sep 2008 14:49:43 +1000|
This morning I took myself for a bike ride along Woolcara Lane and into Primrose Valley, covering parts of 4 squares in 40km.
The highlight was seeing a pair of Australian Shelduck, on a dam visible from Woolcara Lane, accompanied by 13 fluffballs At about 150m range I couldn't tell more about the ducklings other than they seemed able to swim well but were very small and downy. I also saw my first Fan-tailed Cuckoo for the season, munching on something caterpillarish It found on the ground. Also another 29 species, of the "usual suspect" category.
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