Re: Black Bittern.

To: "Phil & Linda Cross" <>, "birding Aus" <>
Subject: Re: Black Bittern.
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 00 11:40:52 +0930
Hullo All.

Just recovering from a hard drive crash.

Black Bitterns are fairly difficult to see anywhere, but they are here. 
I've seen them on any number of creeks and rivers.  They often skulk 
under overhanging branches of paperbarks.Denise

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