Leucistic Willie Wagtail

To: Con Boekel <>, canberrabirds chatline <>
Subject: Leucistic Willie Wagtail
From: Ryu Callaway <>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2018 21:34:56 +0000
Still present yesterday afternoon, moving between the roof of 23 Mimosa Cl and 
the construction fencing along the boundary of Mackillop College (and into the 
construction site). It sounded like a young bird and was in the company of 2 
normal Willie Wagtails (presumably its parents).

Later on, a Nankeen Night-heron was observed at Lake Tuggeranong.


--- Con Boekel <> wrote:
> Passing along an image : credit Greg and Stephen Garth. The location was 
> Mimosa Close, Isabella Plains.
> The image was taken at a distance using a phone camera.
> regards
> Con

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