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|Subject:||Rowes Lagoon worth a visit|
|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Sun, 27 Sep 2020 05:26:29 +0000|
if you happen to be passing, drop in at Rowes Lagoon (about 20km this side of Goulburn) - Edmondson VC rest area.
I was passing today and thought I'd drop in for 5 minutes - a few weeks ago water was over the top of the reeds, and no birds. Today - what a change! Probably still too high for Lathams Snipe, but the bird list I submitted included 2 Glossy Ibis, 3 Musk Ducks (M and F), 2 Royal Spoonbills, 12 Pied Stilt (conservative), close to 40 swans, shovellers, a Great Egret and a pair of Shelducks - all seen without a scope, from the carpark area. (A scope would be useful if you're thinking of going out there).
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