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|Subject:||PWD and YFHE|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Wed, 8 Apr 2015 12:05:13 +1000|
Needing to go to Bungendore this morning I stopped at Trucking Yard Lane where 78 Plumed Whistling Ducks were mainly sheltering from the wind. When I first arrived 15 of them were grazing but as I left they had all moved back into the lee of the dam. 60 Shelduck were visible feeding under and around the hay racks on the far side of the paddock. A further 30 shelduck were grazing around the Bungendore Meadow Dam.
Arriving home a flock of at least 20 Yellow-faced Honeyeaters were feeding on our (dirt) driveway together with at least a dozen Grey Fantails. I assume they were feeding on insects (either adults or possibly larva hatched by the welcome rain). I shall go back shortly to see if I can identify the foodstuff, but it seemed pretty minute.
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