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|From:||Mick Roderick <>|
|Date:||Mon, 9 Jan 2006 13:24:41 +1100 (EST)|
Whilst not a patch on the recent / ongoing sightings around Melbourne, it is probably worth reporting that there are two Yellow Wagtails on Ash Island, in the Hunter Estuary, NSW. They are associating with Pipits in a slightly different spot to where they are often reported from. One bird was seen there in November last year, although was only present for a few days. Hopefully these birds will hang around.
If anyone wants directions, email me direct (they have been seen in the same place yesterday and today).
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