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|Subject:||Suggestions for an interesting Belconnen walk?|
|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Jan 2014 21:50:27 +1100|
I'm planning on heading over to Belconnen on Thursday afternoon for a late walk and was wondering if anyone could suggest a spot for an interesting bird walk? I was thinking of the West Belconnen pond (Dunlop) or Jarramlee, as I would prefer to walk near water, but I'm not very familiar with what Belconnen has to offer. (Have been to Mt Rogers and saw the lorikeets at Cook.)
I'm not looking for particular birds .. still such a novice that I'm easily pleased!
Any advice or suggestions will be appreciated.
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