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|Subject:||Pied Cormorants at Googong Dam|
|From:||sandra henderson via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Tue, 26 Jul 2022 18:48:08 +0000|
Yesterday I was at Googong Dam, wandering the western Foreshores track in preparation for an outing by a seniors' club birdwatching group I'm leading next week. I got great views of a Pied Cormorant , and poorer views of a group of four others much further
out on the water. Photos confirmed Pied, not Little Pied. Had not seen them there before, and am even more surprised to note that there are NO eBird records for them at Googong, or anywhere else in the Palerang LGA.
Despite the wind, it was actually a pleasant walk - trees higher up the slopes were being blown around but the track around the dam edge was very calm.
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