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Anas gracilis

Grey Teal at Goulburn, NSW

Anas gracilis at Goulburn, NSW - 1 Jan 2021
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Identification history

Anas gracilis 3 Jan 2021 natureguy
Anas superciliosa 2 Jan 2021 Rixon

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Including 3 juveniles

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Nearby sightings

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Microcarbo melanoleucos (Little Pied Cormorant) at Goulburn, NSW - 1 Jan 2021 by Rixon Aythya australis (Hardhead) at Goulburn, NSW - 1 Jan 2021 by Rixon Anas gracilis (Grey Teal) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon Phalacrocorax sulcirostris (Little Black Cormorant) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon Anas superciliosa (Pacific Black Duck) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon Threskiornis molucca (Australian White Ibis) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon
Microcarbo melanoleucos (Little Pied Cormorant) at Goulburn, NSW - 1 Jan 2021 by Rixon
Aythya australis (Hardhead) at Goulburn, NSW - 1 Jan 2021 by Rixon
Anas gracilis (Grey Teal) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon
Phalacrocorax sulcirostris (Little Black Cormorant) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon
Anas superciliosa (Pacific Black Duck) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon
Threskiornis molucca (Australian White Ibis) at Goulburn, NSW - 22 Dec 2020 by Rixon

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 7 Abundance
  • 1 Jan 2021 04:51 PM Recorded on
  • Rixon Recorded by

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