Hooded Plovers: Early for Southern NSW?

Subject: Hooded Plovers: Early for Southern NSW?
From: David Adams <>
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 13:17:06 +1000
On Tuesday my wife and I stopped at Middle Lagoon in Mimosa National
Park (Bega Valley Shire, Far South Coast of NSW) for a picnic. While
there, we took the track down towards the water and saw a pair of
Hooded Plovers. One was chasing off a pair of Red-capped Plovers.

Does this seem early for Hooded Plovers to be in NSW?

 David Adams
 Bermagui 2546 NSW
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