RFI Broome wader timing

Subject: RFI Broome wader timing
From: "Randall McFarlane" <>
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 17:46:00 -0400

My wife and I are thinking about visiting Australia this November (it
would be our sixth trip to your country--clearly, we're enthusiasts)
with the idea of exploring SW WA. We thought it also would be
interesting to fly up to Broome for a few days to see the waders, but I
can't get a clear fix on how wader-productive a November visit would be;
I certainly wouldn't mind seeing Broome again, but don't want to make
such a substantial detour if the waders are likely to have moved on
elsewhere. Any wisdom any of you could offer on this point would be much

Randall McFarlane
Falls Church, Virginia

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