Red-necked Phalarope

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Subject: Red-necked Phalarope
From: "Jan England " <>
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 21:03:44 +1000
Hi Everyone,

At last I managed to see the Phalarope on Monday 9th Oct in Walsh's Lagoon at 
Werribee.  Thanks to all those people who sent updates to the list to help 
narrow down the ponds in which to search.  We had a great day although we did 
not see anything else unusual.  I'm amazed the Phalarope was still there after 
missing it in February and to now see it in breeding plumage was an extra bonus.

While visiting my friend Polly Cutcliffe in Geelong we went to Lake Lorne on 
Tuesday where we managed to see 9 species of ducks including Australasian 
Shoveler and  Blue-billed Duck covering all expect Musk Duck which we had seen 
the day before at Werribee.  What a great spot.


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