North Watson Pond early this AM.

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Subject: North Watson Pond early this AM.
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 00:05:46 +0000
The ACT's entire population of Apostlebirds is still there.

Coot, Buff-banded Rail, Reed Warbler and Red-rumped Parrot: all (dy).

Two Superbs flew over.

The Coot broods now number 3 and 5 which looks to me like good outcomes
(thus far) for the separate attempts by the two pairs of Coots.

Plus a plenitude of pooches.



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