Also on the ground was an Australian Pipit, a relatively common bird and I reckon quite pretty.
Duncan had "warned" me that I may see Striated Field-wrens. And I did. Several families in fact. These ones were to the east of Lamb Lake.
After my walk around Lamb Lake, I motored down to the southern extreme of JSL and parked. There is a bit of water in JSL at the moment and plenty of associated birds.
|Black Swans -- about 90 in all|
|Some nice ducklings in front of the stilts|
|Who do these belong to?|
|Yes. Mr and Mrs Australian Shelduck|