Whistling ducks

To: "Jill Dening" <>
Subject: Whistling ducks
From: "Jan England " <>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 19:56:09 +1000
Hi Jill,

There is a pond on private property just past the shopping centre on the 
Palmwoods-Montville Rd (Sunshine Coast area) where Plumed Whistling-ducks 
congregate during the day - approximately 5-10.  Quite often at night  I hear 
them fly over my place.  I too am almost sure they are Plumed particularly when 
I only see Plumed at the local watering hole.  Its quite an interesting sound.  
It is quite common to hear them at night in northern Qld as they fly from place 
to place as they go out to feed.


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