|A black-necked stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus) feeling secure at Cattana Wetlands|
Birds seemed plentiful today, including little and intermediate egrets, Australasian darters, little pied cormorants and green pygmy-geese. I spotted around 30 species.
It was nice to see quite a few people taking in this under-appreciated site. I often see dedicated birders on the Esplanade , with spotter scopes and telephoto lenses that make me jealous, but I haven't seen them at Cattana.
I'll certainly be making many return visits.