Tomorrows walk

To: "'Martin Butterfield'" <>, "'COG List'" <>, <>, "'JUDY MIDDLEBROOK'" <>, "'Mary Gorman'" <>, "'Noah Little'" <>
Subject: Tomorrows walk
From: "Mark Clayton" <>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 07:19:25 +1000

Martin and all,


I was out at the Lake Road last week and the road was being graded so it is quite possible that it will be slippery. There were still plenty of Freckled Ducks to be seen as well as lots of Pink-eared Ducks. It could be interesting to see what this rain does to the lake proper and whether the birds on the pond move out. Further along the road there were lots of the migratory species returning.





From: Martin Butterfield [
Sent: Tuesday, 17 September 2013 6:35 AM
To: COG List; ; JUDY MIDDLEBROOK; Mary Gorman; Noah Little
Subject: [canberrabirds] Tomorrows walk


At present the water is running deeply across our drive.  This suggests that Lake Road is going to be very damp and slippery tomorrow possibly making it dangerous for driving and certainly rather unpleasant for walking.  At this stage I am suggesting that we meet at the intersection of Lake Rd and the road out of Bungendore and see if we can drive safely down to the big dam for a start and then explore a few other spots near Bungendore to see what is around: we can discuss where tomorrow.


The forecast for tomorrow isn't brilliant, so if tpeople feel we should cancel I wouldn't argue.



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