Re: Werribee's WTP

Subject: Re: Werribee's WTP
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 16:22:57 +1100

Hi All,

On phoning the  Werribee WTP on Monday, I  was informed that all padlocked birder gates have now got G2 locks back on them

This made for a more enjoyable day, free from the worry of which gates could  be accessed.
Some interesting sightings around the plant, included:

3 Cape Barren Geese on Paradise Lagoon
Darter's on Little River and also at the Borrie Lake Drain point
20 or so Little Terns feeding above a lagoon near Lake Borrie
Two Crested Grebe's on Little River
Yellow Spoonbills feeding in both Little River and Paradise Lagoon
Feral Goose on a lagoon near the "FORD" crossing sign  
Black Kite near the Conservation Lagoon.

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