Jerrabomberra wetlands this morning

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Subject: Jerrabomberra wetlands this morning
From: Terry Bird <>
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2016 10:40:54 +0000
Apart from 8 black ducklings and 5 young swans there was a general shortage of 
water birds made up with  a variety of incoming honeyeaters.

Close to the absent white cheeked site there were about 8 plus white naped , 
which were identified by successful photos , which was no small feat due to 
their continual movement , high in the outer branches with a basic camera.
Also of interest two pairs of golden whistlers and a flock of welcoming 
goldfinches  on sewerage side boundary fence on arrival.

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