|To:||Frank Antram <>|
|Subject:||Night Heron (was: Drongo proper)|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Jan 2010 21:55:06 +1100|
May I have 2 bob EW?
My memory - assisted by a scan of my past ACT Atlas records- is that the lake Ginninderra Night-herons, which I have always taken as a post breeding dispersion - have been evident in November(ish). Thus a young bird at Kellys could also be a tourist from elsewhere.
That being said there have been reports of an adult bird roosting in the willow opposite Bittern hide so perhaps there was a nest there?
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 8:56 PM, <> wrote:
I'm not sure whether it has any relevance but there has been a juvenile Night Heron hanging around Kellys, as well as an adult.....possible breeding in the area?
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