Banded Stilt at Bournda NP, NSW

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Subject: Banded Stilt at Bournda NP, NSW
From: David McDonald <>
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 09:09:04 +1100
At the weekend, a group of birders from Canberra Ornithologists Group observed a Banded Stilt at Wallagoot Lake in Bournda National Park which is located between Tathra and Merimbula on the far south coast of NSW. It was near the Little Tern breeding area. The bird's breast band was mottled, presumably non-breeding adult plumage.

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