Ocean Grove Nature Park, Victoria

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Subject: Ocean Grove Nature Park, Victoria
From: "David Nicholls" <>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 08:43:55 +1100
I spent 90 minutes on each of two early mornings at the Ocean Grove
Nature Park. It is a great place with a list of 132 species according
Parks Vic park notes.

I saw very, very few birds; pair of butcher bird, pair of b-f
a few small flocks of little wattle birds, 1 unidentified honeyeater, 
1 grey shrike thrush, a small flock of red-b finch. 

I admit to photographing red-necked wallabies but I was surprised to
so few birds. Is the drought have such a severe effect. The wetlands
the centre of the reserve was very low but it still had water. It was
windy both days.

Are there any of you locals familiar with the reserve at the moment to
the bird numbers.

David Nicholls

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