re: Point Cook

Subject: re: Point Cook
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Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 13:17:24 +1100
Hi All, 

Dropped into Point Cook's Spectacle Lake Bird Hide on Tuesday, and the 
lake was full of waders, including Sharpies, Curlew Sandpiper and Red-
necked Stint, as well as nesting Black-winged Stilt. Water level are 
very low and there are large areas of mudflat. It was a winding day, 
which may have driven birds away from the nearby beaches.

Well worth a look/scope.


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