Frankston Sewage Farm

Subject: Frankston Sewage Farm
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 1998 09:07:48 +1100
                South-east purification works

        The level on the big tank has dropped and at last there are some
        waders there. On Saturday, there were 100's of Sharp-tailed
        Sandpipers, about 10 Greenshanks, 1 Marsh Sandpiper, 2 Red-necked
        Stints, 1 Wood Sandpiper, 1 Japanese Snipe, several Red-capped
        Dotterel, 2 Black-fronted Dotterel a Double-banded Dotterel and,
        of course, lots of Spur-winged Plovers.

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