To: Canberra birds <>
Subject: Shelduck
From: shorty via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2023 06:15:59 +0000
This morning while having my morning coffee I contemplated what to do today, after checking on the BOM radar I made up my mind to head North and visit Wet Lagoon. I have never been there before, not sure why? Anyway, while there I saw 16 Shelduck, continuing on my trip I headed down Wollogorang Road and soon came across 52 Shelduck  and about 1 KM further spotted another 2 near a dam close the road, after taking some shots I looked to my right to see another 6 on a far away dam. 200m down the road I spotted another large flock in the paddock, this count was 32. Stopping in at Bungendore I counted another 32 Shelduck ( And 2 PWD ) This gave me a total of 140 Shelduck seen on my little trip. The most I have seen in one day.


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