Bird Spotting Expedition

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Araminta
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Bird Spotting Expedition

I would like to thank Alison (qyn55) to have invited me and my husband to come along and take part in a morning of bird spotting at the Tootgarook Wetlands. What was a beautiful area of wetlands, now resembles in parts  a Rubbish Tipp. For now there are countless birds , and some parts are still of absolute beauty and teaming with birds, unfortunately the developers are moving in, and the whole area is under threat. While we walked, there were many different BOP circling above, the list of birds we spotted is too long to name.

There is a group of concerned and dedicated people, the Friends of Tootgarook  Wetland, I was very fortunate to meet some of them today.

Thanks Alison, hope to see you again, M-L  

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Thanks for coming to the bird spotting day, M-L, we were very fortunate and privileged that you made the effort to come all that way. How lucky too, that the weather was not raining as was indicated earlier in the week. I am going to try and polish up my bird id skills before next months visit to the property on the other side of the fence. I hope you can make that one as well. Cheers Alison

Alison
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Araminta
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I'd love to come, thanks for the invitation, the other side of the fence looks so good.(it always does, LOL)

M-L

Qyn
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Araminta wrote:

................................the other side of the fence looks so good.(it always does, LOL)

 LOL M-L winkyes

Alison
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