Leanyer Sewage Ponds

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Subject: Leanyer Sewage Ponds
From: "John Rawsthorne" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 10:13:24 +0930
Hi All


Nick Leseberg is right - now that the Leanyer Ponds are closed to visitors
you can access the southern fence of the ponds via Hodgsons Dr and birders
yesterday were able to get tickable scope views of the phalarope from near
the inflow pipe.  It is a very nice walk in with lots of cool birds in a
range of habitats, but there are many potential hazards as you walk in -
mud, dehydration, mozzies and midges, car break-ins, wild dogs, crocs etc,
so take care.


And based on past experience of local birders, please do not walk around the
boundary fence to the northern side of the ponds, as there is an unmarked
property boundary somewhere along the pond perimeter fence that, once
crossed, places you IN the property rather than OUT if you do this.  


Happy birding



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