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A great place to watch the local wildlife.
This is a log only cache so
*****Please bring your own pen*********
Muggle activity can be high at times, so stealth will be required
This is a start of another series I will be placing to show everyone what vast divergence of birdlife we have in Victoria.
Edithvale-Seaford wetlands are all that remains of the Carrum Carrum swamp that once stretched from Mordialloc to Frankston. The wetlands are a Ramsar wetland because they support a large population of the migratory Sharp-tailed Sandpiper and also birds of state significance such as the Australasian Bittern.
The Edithvale Birdhide is located on Edithvale Road, Edithvale and is currently opened between 1-7 pm Saturday and Sunday and also between 6pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday this will continue until the wetlands dry out. The hide, which is two stories high, is manned by volunteers and contains all sorts of interesting displays and information including a range of nests and eggs. If the bird hide is closed you can also get a good look at the wetlands from a platform situated in the car park next to the hide.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum