plumed whisting-ducks, bungendore

To: Peter Cranston <>
Subject: plumed whisting-ducks, bungendore
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2020 02:50:36 +0000
In my experience it is not too uncommon for them to appear at the sewage lagoons when things don't suit at TYL.  I have long wondered where they go between these sites, but there are many dams (and a large area of pasture) for them to choose.

On Thu, 9 Jan 2020 at 12:56, Peter Cranston <> wrote:
22 in single group on one of the stone dividers at Bungendore sewage lagoons. Interesting that they have not been at Trucking Yard for at least 2 months, possibly longer - I routinely check on passing twice a week. However never before seen at the sewage lagoons even during their absences from Trucking Yard.
Martin may comment on the sewage lagoon being unusual ?
All nearby watery places are not (watery).
pete cranston
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