Views all Canberrans will recognise (13)

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From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2009 15:34:35 +1000

The TRIANGULAR DAM, on the eastern edge of Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve.  Several Springs ago this feature became the reference point in reports of Masked Woodswallows and all kinds of other unusual species.  In the hinterland to the west, Painted Honeyeaters and Glossy Black-Cockatoos have been found nesting.  It might be noted that the ‘dam’, as Australians call waterholes constructed for stock, is not particularly triangular.    


Triangular Waterhole.jpg

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