|To:||Greg Little <>|
|From:||Russell Woodford <>|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:06:34 +1000|
I saw a couple of SWD on a little dirty pond in Oasis Drive at Wonga Beach, back in January last year. They have been seen there a lot, but move around a bit. Best advice is to check eBird for the most recent sightings - for example, they've been seen on the Daintree River Boat Cruise (flying overhead) and at Keatings Lagoon in Cooktown - several records for each spot this month.
Good luck with theM!
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