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|Subject:||A couple of "usuals"|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 24 Feb 2014 11:27:45 +1100|
The subject reflects the fact that the sightings to follow are rather ho=hum for the sites to which they refer but would be a bit exciting anywhere else in the COGAOI.
Yesterday at Stromlo Forest Park there were at least 6 Whit-fronted Chats between the crit track and the dam.
This morning at Bungendore Sewage Ponds I counted 29 Plumed Whistling ducks - some showing plumes very well - on the bank closest to the tanker filling bay.
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