Report by Sally and Paul Bartho
28 December 2016
Sally and I are based in Bendigo with family. We decided to have a day away and go birding in the surrounding area.
Tim Dolby’s book “Where to see birds in Victoria” suggested we take a look at the Kerang Lakes – just over an hour’s drive north of Bendigo.
The Kerang Lakes are in a flood prone region where many rivers and creeks converge to fill wetland areas. The drive was through farm lands – very flat and not exactly attractive countryside (in our opinion).
After an hour and a half we arrived in Kerang close to our first attempt at birding – almost 07h00.
Based on the information in Tim Dolby’s book and the time we had available we decided to visit:
- Fosters Swamp
- Middle Lake
- Lake Tutchewop
- Round Lake and
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