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|Subject:||Kellys and FSP|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Sat, 1 Apr 2017 09:32:30 +0000|
I spent some time today at Kelly's Swamp and had a look from the road over the ponds visible therefrom.
The most interesting sight at the swamp was a fox hunting on the island in front of Snipe hide. The various waterfowl seemed quite unfussed about this intruder.
The ponds contributed 25 Pink-eared Duck and a Buff-banded Rail and a good number of Masked Lapwings to the more interesting category. I noted that the tree removal along the road side seems to have been a temporary phenomenon: they are growing back quite briskly. On the other hand there is no sign of the offered birding lookout: perhaps that was an early manifestation of Fake News!
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