|Subject:||Straw-necked Ibis in Parliament Zone|
|From:||Tun Pin ONG <>|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Apr 2015 23:45:42 +1000|
Hi fellow birders,
This may not be new, but on Sunday and Monday afternoon I have noticed a flock of at least 20 Straw-necked Ibises feeding on a patch of fenced-off zone open grass field between National Science+Technology Centre and National Portrait Gallery. They seem to confine to this patch of area only. On Sunday I noticed them flew north west direction after sunset.
One photo showing the bird feeding on a grub.
Tun Pin ONG
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