|From:||Matthew Willis <>|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Dec 2014 09:19:50 +1100|
I don't knowhow many are familiar with it, but Norgrove Park, part of the Kingston Foreshore development, has quite a nice bird population (despite construction still ongoing around the area).
There is currently a very cute family of Dusky Moorhens as well as some juvenile Purple Swamphens. There were some Chestnut Teals recently and an ongoing population of common water birds, Welcome Swallows, Reed Warblers and others. Various parrots are regular visitors, as are pelicans, cormorants and herons.
Well worth a visit.
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