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Albury field guide

Albury

3478
1.98 sightings / ha
Wodonga field guide

Wodonga

3003
0.32 sightings / ha
Nail Can Hill field guide

Nail Can Hill

1490
2.29 sightings / ha
WREN Reserves field guide

WREN Reserves

1090
2.05 sightings / ha
Wonga Wetlands field guide

Wonga Wetlands

972
48.17 sightings / ha
Wodonga Regional Park field guide

Wodonga Regional Park

727
1.32 sightings / ha
Felltimber Creek NCR field guide

Felltimber Creek NCR

681
2.33 sightings / ha
Charles Sturt University field guide

Charles Sturt University

587
19.7 sightings / ha
Red Light Hill Reserve field guide

Red Light Hill Reserve

489
7.21 sightings / ha
Mungabareena field guide

Mungabareena

459
8.59 sightings / ha
Jack Perry Reserve field guide

Jack Perry Reserve

458
56.63 sightings / ha
Belvoir Park field guide

Belvoir Park

439
101.22 sightings / ha
Padman/Mates Park field guide

Padman/Mates Park

434
21.35 sightings / ha
Eight Mile Creek field guide

Eight Mile Creek

414
4.61 sightings / ha
Bells TSR field guide

Bells TSR

387
13.77 sightings / ha
Clyde Cameron Reserve field guide

Clyde Cameron Reserve

371
26.34 sightings / ha
Kremur Street Boat Ramp field guide

Kremur Street Boat Ramp

370
126.03 sightings / ha
Monument Hill and Roper Street Corridor field guide

Monument Hill and Roper Street Corridor

363
10.33 sightings / ha
Eastern Hill Reserve field guide

Eastern Hill Reserve

330
3.19 sightings / ha

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Discussion

KylieWaldon wrote:
10 May 2024
Dama Dama. Apparently the white/leucistic ones are quite common in America.

Dama dama
KylieWaldon wrote:
9 May 2024
HI TAW These look like some kind of farmyard duck - maybe Appleyard crosses. Not native ducks. :)

Anas platyrhynchos
KylieWaldon wrote:
5 May 2024
wow. ok MichaelM that is really awesome. TY for ID. Kylie :)

Uraba lugens
5 May 2024
The caterpillar wears a hat made up of teh skins of previous moults

Uraba lugens
KylieWaldon wrote:
5 May 2024
Just wondering now if this was a Black Kite which I've only ever seen once before a few years back?

Milvus migrans

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