RE:State of water in Perth Lakes

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Subject: RE:State of water in Perth Lakes
From: "Susan Abbotts" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 12:51:19 +0800
Both Thompson's and Forrestdale Lakes are dry. Lake Mclarty (as of
yesterday) was drying fast but still has some water and thousands of birds.
There is an Oriental Plover there in the SE corner. No further news of the
Inland Dotteral.


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Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 02:24:10 +1030
From: michael wood <>
Subject: State of Water in Perth Lakes
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Hello All
I'll be over in Perth, WA, about this time next week and would like to learn
what the status of some of the lakes is over there. I noticed there hasn't
been any reports from Lake McLarty for over a week now; does that mean that
is has dried and is no longer attracting waders? I'll be without wheels when
there, but if the conditions are still suitable then I'll consider hiring a
car to get down there.
Also, it would be good to know how Thomsons Lake and Forrestdale Lake are
faring? If I have missed any current good spots I'd only be too happy to
learn of them.
Any help is greatly appreciated.


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