Birdline Western Australia Weekly Update

Subject: Birdline Western Australia Weekly Update
Date: 11 Apr 2011 01:31:05 +1000

Birdline Western Australia

Published sightings for the week ending 10 Apr 2011.

Fri 1 Apr Northern Pintail Erskine Lakes, Western Australia, Western Australia
The pintail was showing well early this morning (c. 7am) when Nigel Jackett, Nathan Waugh and I had a look. It was still on the second, smaller lake just south of the main lake, initially swimming and feeding, then resting on the shore. Also present were the long-staying Glossy Ibis and a male Chestnut Teal. Directions for Erskine Lakes: Travelling along the Mandurah Bypass away from Mandurah and cross the new traffic bridge over Peel Inlet. Take the first left turn after the traffic bridge (Sticks Boulevard) and then the first left again (Abbotswood Park Way) and follow this to the main lake edge. The smaller lake is a short walk to the south
Nigel Jackett, Nathan Waugh, John Graff

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