Rarities at WTP

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Subject: Rarities at WTP
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006 12:31:02 +1100
Baking hot (and windy) morning at the WTP with Allan and Hazem from Canberra. Rewarded with Long-toed Stint and Red-necked Phalarope in 35E8 (that's the 3rd pond the Phalarope has been in - it was in Walsh's Lagoon on Thursday). We saw the strange Shelduck on 145W Pond 10.

And wrapped it up with Pacific Golden Plover at Kirk Pt and Black-tailed Native Hen at Austin Rd.
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