Not so boring at Jerra Wetlands

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Subject: Not so boring at Jerra Wetlands
From: MJ and ME <>
Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 21:20:01 +1000
G'day All,
   After all the recent e-mails about the paucity of birds at the Jerra Wetlands I thought I would go for a look this afternoon. Not many waterbirds but stacks of other smaller ones around. All up I saw 42 species and a couple of mice in the reeds. Highlights for me were a small flock of Hoary-headed Grebes on the main channel and a lone Brown Quail near the Bittern Hide. There was also a very noisy flock of Little Ravens near the railway end of the wetlands. Spent over an hour and despite the scorched earth policy where the willows were, it was a great afternoon in the sun,
Michael Kingsford
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