Lake Road Bungendore yesterday

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Subject: Lake Road Bungendore yesterday
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Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2020 23:27:00 +0000
A slow drive with a couple of stops along Lake Rd yesterday afternoon 
yielded only a few species (21in total) and very few birds generally - 
perhaps due to a quite  strong breeze blowing up against the escarpment.

A number of "regulars" were not seen at all.  The ephemeral lagoon had a 
few Black Duck and Masked Lapwings. No sign of Snipe though.

Of most interest were several Rufuous Whistlers, Speckled Warbler, White 
Eared Honeyeater and a Sacred Kingfisher (a new addition to my list for 
this drive).

There was no sign of Plumed Whistling - Ducks in Bungendore but 
Shelducks were seen at the sewage works (with ducklings).


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