Lewin's Rail - Bicentennial Park/SOPA

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Subject: Lewin's Rail - Bicentennial Park/SOPA
From: Alistair McKeough <>
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 11:41:25 +1100
Two Lewin's Rail were showing well between about 6.45am and 7.10am this
morning. I then didn't see them again before I left at about 9.30am, but
Carol and Frank were still there and may be able to give further details.

Let's hope they're breeding!

The triangle pond is full of life. Spotless crake, chesnut and grey teal,
abundant reed warblers and red-browed finch. Great egret, royal spoobill,
darter, little black cormorant. There are also a vast number of dragonflies


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