Australasian Shoveler in Centennial Park

Subject: Australasian Shoveler in Centennial Park
From: Clair Wenborn <>
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 12:31:42 +1000

I saw a male Australasian shoveler in Cent. Park on the Musgrave Ave ponds
last week but didnt notice a female or any other shovelers. A quick search
of the archives show that in 2006 a list member saw a single shoveler. Has
anyone seen his mate around?

Also, noticing lots and lots of Yellow-tailed Blacks. At least 100 fly over
my place in randwick coming out of the park usually at the same time of day
- between 3-4pm.

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