Black-winged Stilts at Banyule

Subject: Black-winged Stilts at Banyule
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 2009 13:39:44 +1100
A pair of Black-winged Stilts were at the Grubby Pond at the Northeast corner of the Banyule Flats Swamp yesterday afternoon. Also Grey and Chestnut Teal (1 pair each), one Black Duck, one pair Purple Swamphen and one Dusky Moorhen.

(The Grubby Pond is the one where people twitched the Painted Snipe a few years ago. It is a settling pond designed to stop the rest of the wetland siting up, and where floating rubbish can be captured.)

Anthea Fleming

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