Braeside Park

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Subject: Braeside Park
From: "Jacqui" <>
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2003 10:20:36 +1000
Yesterday for the first time I've ever seen there, a Pink Eared Duck at Braeside Park (SE of Melbourne). And it was in pristine condition with most  vivid colouring. No egrets or spoonbills yet, but plenty of Chestnut and Grey Teal, and a few swans and coots, and Hardheads. The raptors are still enjoying the area with a young Swamp Harrier, a Hobby, Kestrel and Black Shouldered Kite all within quite a short distance from each other.
Jacqui  Sheppard

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