Brolga near Colac - and Ralph Illdge Sanctuary

Subject: Brolga near Colac - and Ralph Illdge Sanctuary
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Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2003 17:18:08 +1000
Hi All,

There are currently 5 Brolga, including a nesting pair, on an ephemeral 
lake near Birregurra Creek (just east of Colac) on the Princess Hwy. 
Also present were 200 Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, 300 hundred Whiskered 
Tern and Black-winged Stilt. 

Also, a Birds Australia survey of the Ralph Illdge Sanctuary (a Trust 
for Nature property), near Naringal (east of Warrnambool) recorded 43 
species including a pair of Rufous Bristlebird and White phase Grey 
Goshawk. For further details on the Ralf Illge Sanctuary (and for info 
on how to un-bog a 4x4) contact Euan Fothergill. 



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