Banded Stilts near Perth

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Subject: Banded Stilts near Perth
From: John Graff <>
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2013 11:35:34 +0800

Hi all, May be of interest, Banded Stilts are the latest inland-breeding 
waterbird to be present in the Perth area in higher than usual numbers. 
Recently, reports have included 20,000+ on Lake Preston at Myalup (only one 
part of the lake)400+ at Lake Joondalup250+ on Lake McLarty105 at Bibra Lake69 
at Kogolup Swamp68 at Nairns (Peel Inlet) Also small numbers in locations they 
rarely turn up in general, including 1 at Lake Monger No reports from Rottnest 
but I suspect there will be plenty over there Cheers,John                       

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