Ash Island Ponds

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Subject: Ash Island Ponds
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 08:21:35 +1100
Hi Birders
For those people contemplating a trip to see the Yellow Wagtails at the Ash Island Ponds keep a look our for other interesting birds, particularly along Wagatil Way and the northern part of the Swan Pond, in that Aimee Hutchinson, the Birds Australia Project Officer for the wetland project there saw a Ruff on Monday 4/3/02. In addition a Pectoral Sandpiper has recently been seen in the same general area not to mention the usual Sharp-tailed & Marsh Sandpipers, Avocets and Black-winged Stilts, Spotted Crakes and Buff-banded Rails.
Alan Morris
Project Adviser, Ash Island Wetland Rehabiliation Project.
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