Scenes with which all Canberras are becoming familiar

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Subject: Scenes with which all Canberras are becoming familiar
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2009 20:17:13 +1000
The police had still not come when we left the sewage ponds, shortly after 11.30am. Wonderful views of a little eagle on the electricity wires alongside a pole, at the sewage ponds this morning. It sat there for ages and we were able to get really close. Then it flew, giving us a good view of the pattern on the wings. One cisticola was seen


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