Bungendore this morning

To: Martin Butterfield <>
Subject: Bungendore this morning
From: Julienne Kamprad via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 20:10:04 +0000
I have seen Plumed Whistlers often in recent weeks on the TYL dam. They have also been on the standing bodies of water between that dam and Kings HWY

On Fri, 19 Nov. 2021, 3:23 pm Martin Butterfield via Canberrabirds, <> wrote:
No Whistling Ducks on TYL.  A few Shelduck and lots of various Cockatoos.  
Very little activity at the sewage pits, presumably due to some new gin-palace (a memorial for the departing Mayor?) being erected by the Shire.  
The Lake Rd Dam is vast - I don't think I have ever seen it more extensive.  THe highlight there was 3 Blue-billed Ducks 1 M 2 F.  A bit further along Lake Rd - which  is in ordinary, approaching average, condition - I came across 6 Cattle Egrets perched on a row of fence posts out near the water.  That area must be frog-enhanced as there were also 11 White-faced Herons nearby.

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