Lake Broadwater trip report

Subject: Lake Broadwater trip report
From: "Mark Sanders" <>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 21:29:39

I recently took a trip out to Lake Broadwater, mostly after frogs and reprtiles. For those who are interested, I have now completed a trip report that can be seen by going to my web page at:
then follow the "trip reports" link
click on the map over QLD
follow the link to "Lake Broadwater Conservation Reserve"

Several good frog species including Notaden bennetti and Cyclorana verricosa.

Only one good reptile to speek of, Lerista punctatovittatus

However, not many realy interesting birds. Red-capped Robin and Speckled Warbler were probably the best.

For those who are not familiar with frogs or reptiles, I have included some photos for this trip report.


Mark Sanders
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