What type of birdlife is there at Blue Gum Lake in Mt Pleasant?

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TateF 2yrs+
Hi, just wanted to clarify that when I say "both lakes", I am referring to both Blue Gum Lake & Booragoon Lake (which is about half a kilometre away, next to Leach Highway).
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TateF 2yrs+
Hi, there is a variety of Birds at both lakes (approximately 70 species at various times of the year). There are the more common varieties as you would expect (swamphen, coots, grebes, stilts, various species of Ducks, Black Swan, Kookaburras, Honeyeaters, Silvereye, Hobby, Black Cockatoo, Butcherbird, 28's and so on), but occasionally some less common species can be spotted. These include the Red-capped Parrot, Swamp Harrier, Brown Goshawk, Whistling & Black Shouldered Kites, Rainbow Bee-eaters, Rufous Whistler, Grey Fantail, Egrets, various species of Heron...and if you're really lucky a spoonbill.
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