La Trobe Uni Reserve

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Subject: La Trobe Uni Reserve
From: mark kliene <>
Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 00:56:49 +1100
Hi all,

Just a couple of observations from the reserve and lake at La Trobe
Uni.I went for a couple of short walks yesterday and today, where it was
just nice to observe different things happening at different times. The
White Plumed Honeyeater attending to the rather larger juvenile Fan
Tailed Cuckoo, my close call with an agitated Willie Wagtail as i nearly
walked headlong into its wonderfully moulded cup nest, the Darter and
Pied Cormorant diving and resurfacing elsewhere unannounced, Clamorous
Reed Warbler popping out into the sunshine to give me a decent peek,
Dusky Woodswallows warding off pesky Noisy Miners etc. Other sights were
Common Bronzewings, Spiny Cheeked Honeyeater, European Goldfinch,
Spotted Pardalotes, Great Egret, as well as the usual suspects - a lot
of water bird breeding going on! Oh and the lone Regent Honeyeater... or
should i say what looked like one.


Mark Kliene.

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