London Bridge Arch and Homestead - Wombat

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Subject: London Bridge Arch and Homestead - Wombat
From: Tun Pin Ong <>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2016 12:06:13 +0000
Today Sunday midday I paid a visit (my first) to the London Bridge Arch and 
Found Flame/Scarlet Robin, Southern Whiteface and a soaring Wedge Tailed Eagle 
above. No sign of Brown Treecreeper and Diamond Firetail.

Found a family of 3 Wombats (including a young) foraging upstream below the 
Arch. As I walked up the Arch on my way back at 2pm, I bumped face to face on 
the 4th Wombat right on the Arch! It was descending down. It was calm but not 
me :)

Some of my photos are here

Tun Pin

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