Lake Joondalup continues to produce

To: <>, Eremea <>, Birding Australia <>
Subject: Lake Joondalup continues to produce
From: Dimitris Bertzeletos <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 14:46:26 +0200
Hello all,


120) Black-winged Stilts
2) Chestnut Teal (pair)

1) Intermediate Egret still present on its favorite grassy island next to 
Picnic Cove


7+) Black-winged Stilt 

8+) Marsh Harriers
1) Whistling Kite
1) Brown Goshawk
2) Australian Hobby

1) Intermediate Egret still on its favorite grassy island next to Picnic Cove

12) Glossy Ibis (3+ Streaked Juveniles)
75) Straw-necked Ibis
30+) White Ibis
30) yellow-billed Spoonbill

12+) Pink-eared Ducks (some displaying going on)
11) very young Hardheads

(1) man on a canoe flushing everything...)

Both days:

10-30+) Nankeen Night Herons (plenty of juveniles)
100+) Great Egrets
Little Black and Little Pied Cormorants
Hoary-headed and Austr. Little Grebes

5,000+ waterfowl (Pacific Black Ducks, Grey Teal, Austr. Shoveler, Austr. 
Shelduck, Hardhead, Blue-billed Ducks, Musk Ducks). Pacific Black Ducks and 
Grey Teal ducklings. 

All the best,



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