Little black cormorants

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Subject: Little black cormorants
From: Fleur r Leary <>
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2019 01:06:13 +0000
Yesterday I took a walk from the High Court to Kingston foreshore. In the lake 
about 30 m from the south bank near the High Court there was a raft of about 
100 little black cormorants. A little way further along I saw a pair of wood 
ducks with one quite young duckling - approx 4-5 weeks old I think. It seems 
quite late in the season to have such a young one.
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