Black-necked Stork S of Narooma

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Subject: Black-necked Stork S of Narooma
From: "Greg & Val Clancy" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2009 20:29:43 +1100
Carol Probets advised me of the following:

Margaret Paren from the UK tells me she saw a Black-necked Stork on 30th 
January at Corunna Lake, south of Narooma. Here are the location details she 
gives: "It was to the east or seaward side of Highway 1, just before the bridge 
over the water if travelling from Narooma.
 There is a small rough turn off that takes you to the lakeside."

Can south coast birdwatchers and visitors please keep an eye out for this bird? 
 It was apparently an adult.
If observed could people please note the age, sex (yellow iris in female, brown 
iris in male), time, date and exact location (GPS reading would be great) and 
advise me by email?


Greg Clancy

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