Western Treatment Plant.

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Subject: Western Treatment Plant.
From: "Shirley Cameron" <>
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2001 18:07:48 +1000
The waders are returning to Werribee in increasing numbers.
There were many  'birder' there on Saturday to see the Northern Shoveler, it
was thereon the West side of Borrie North.  The Freckled duck were again
roosting on the concrete  slab in Borrie South.
Did not see any OBP on the Spit.
Red-necked stints, Sharp-tailed, Curlew & Marsh Sandpipers  were furiously
feed on the mud flats to the east of the mouth of Little River.
Hard-heads, Pink-eared, Chestnut & Grey Teal, Musk  Ducks are still in  big
numbers on Borrie and close-by ponds.
Royal Spoonbills, Intermediate Egrets were in Little River and Common Green
Shanks  too.

Shirley Cameron

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