Little Friarbird and YB Spoonbill at wetlands

To: sandra henderson <>
Subject: Little Friarbird and YB Spoonbill at wetlands
From: shorty <>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2019 06:41:39 +0000
Thanks Sandra, just got here and there is a flyfisherman in the middle of the creek and not a bird to be seen 😞


On Thu, 28 Feb 2019, 17:07 sandra henderson, <> wrote:
and spoonbill was visible from Tadorna hide, right near the willows out in the middle to the left.

On Thu, 28 Feb 2019 at 15:34, shorty <> wrote:
The Friarbird is in the willow if front of Bittern Hide at thr moment.


On Thu, 28 Feb 2019, 12:32 Steve Holliday, <> wrote:

This morning a Yellow-billed Spoonbill prominent on Kellys Swamp, also two Royals around as well as a Cattle Egret in partial breeding plumage.


The Little Friarbird perched briefly in a dead tree near the Kingston side of the main bridge over the creek, only stayed for 20 seconds or so then headed north along the creek line. Was an adult.

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