Central Coast NSW

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Subject: Central Coast NSW
From: "J & N Russill" <>
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2001 15:20:58 +1000
Hi all,
On Wednesday afternoon at about 2:15 pm. Judi and I stopped briefly at
Stockton Bridge. In front of the bird hide was a group of at least 300
Red-necked Avocets, together with a few over wintering Bar-tailed Godwits
and Eastern Curlews.   At Soldiers Point, south of  Nora Head, 2 Ruddy
Turnstones, 2 Red-necked Stints, and 2 Double-banded Plovers were  feeding
on the rocks  with a  White-fronted Tern  circling  close by  and great
views of numerous Humpback Whales travelling north.      
Cheers  Neil Russill

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