water rat.

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Subject: water rat.
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 20:02:30 +1000
Yesterday we were bird watching at the Causeway end of Jerrabomberra Wetlands.  
On a sand bank in the river, we saw a large water rat, which seemed to be 
pursuing 3 black fronted dotterels for several minutes.  It then changed its 
mind and took to the water, leaving the dotterels in peace

Not many birds of interest, but we did see a scarlet robin

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