Altona Beach, Melbourne

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Subject: Altona Beach, Melbourne
From: "Shirley Cameron" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 21:26:29 +1000
Winter in Melbourne is a magic time.  When the tide is out at Altona, a
western suburb, there are plenty of birds on the shore.  As I drove along
the foreshore today I saw Pied Cormorants, Pied Oyster Catchers, many Royal
Spoonbills, Silver gulls, Pacific Gulls.  There were Chestnut Teal out
swimming, not far away were many Black-winged Stilts.  Masked Lapwing were
on the grass verges. White-faced herons were there too. Quite worth the
Shirley Cameron

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