The latest addition to the bird species list is the White Necked Heron. We have one drop in every now and again, but only for an hour or two at a time.
The photos of the herron on the jetty were taken on a differnt day to the images of the heron wading in and among the weeds. It appears these are different birds, because the wading bird seems to have black spot-like markings on its front feathers (indicating a young or non-breeding bird) while the heron on the jetty has glossy white front feathers.
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