re Long-toed Stint at WTP, Werribee, Vic.

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Subject: re Long-toed Stint at WTP, Werribee, Vic.
From: Jim Caine <>
Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 15:55:13 +1100
Gedday all,

The Long-toed Stints were seen by many observers at WTP today. There were three 
seen in the same area of the 35 East Conservation Pond on the north side of the 
pond. There were 10 Freckled Duck on Lake Borrie opposite the Paradise Rd 

Jim Caine

Jim Caine

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