Magpie Geese near Taree

Subject: Magpie Geese near Taree
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 10:02:08 +1000
While travelling north for a weeks holiday on 12 January I was surprised 
to see some Magpie Geese on a wetland just north of Taree.

9 geese were present on a wetland just south of the Dawson River between 
Chatham (the northern most Taree suburb) and Cundletown.  This is on the 
old Pacific Highway, not the current route that bypasses Taree.

The nearest regular sites are near Grafton, some 300km to the north, and 
the lower Hunter, 150km to the south.

David Geering

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