Dry in South Western Victoria

Subject: Dry in South Western Victoria
From: Rod Gardner <>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 10:01:55 +1000
Throughout the winter of 1999 we had good numbers of Lewin's Rails at the
Malabar Headlands at Maroubra in Sydney at three sites within a few hundred
meters of each other. There were at least 20 at the peak time (and probably
more). This was established by walking around with a tape a couple of times
throughout the area, and counting vocal responses. Through the winter and
into spring (when they bred), there were more than a dozen.

Rod Gardner

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