|From:||Timothée Bonnet via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Feb 2021 11:59:42 +0000|
Those not on ebird may be interested in the sighting of a white-throated nightjar this evening at Mulligans flat. It was hawking and catching insects above the west-most small pond, along the main path, close to the woolshed at around 8:30pm (dusk but not dark yet).
I think that nightjars have sometimes evening routines, so maybe there is a chance it will visit this pond ( or others in the area ) in the coming evenings around the same time...
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