Azure Kingfisher

Subject: Azure Kingfisher
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 12:28:05 +1000
On the available facts, we don't know.

On 16/08/2014 9:52 AM, Martin Butterfield wrote:
So possibly the reason Con couldn't find it near the Angus yesterday was that it had moved to Shorty's locale.  Or are there now two Kingfishers in the area?


On 16 August 2014 09:34, shorty <m("","rawshorty");" target="_blank">> wrote:
For those that are afraid of T-bones, i have just sighted (and photographed) the Azure on Jerra creek. Hunting around the island that is past the footbridge and around the dirt track that leads to the last hide (forgotten name of said hide).
Also Little Eagle and many Little Grassbirds seen and heard.
Google map attached.

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