Banded Lapwings near Adelaide

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Subject: Banded Lapwings near Adelaide
From: Ian May <>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 19:30:45 +0930
G'Day everybody

We have a new email address.  Thanks to Mr Rich and Mr Packer, our
old address  no longer exists.

Today about 30 Banded Lapwings were dispersed across a freshly
ploughed paddock immediately west of the Devon Road/Middle Beach
Road intersection.  They appear to be selecting nesting territory.
Also along the west side of Devon Road is a grove of planted
eucalyptus and many are flowering profusely.  More than 50
Yellow-throated Miners were feeding there.

This location is north west of Two Wells about 40 km. from Adelaide.


Ian and Pat May

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