|Subject:||tagged Curlew SP's at WTP (Melbourne)|
|From:||Steve Johnson via Birding-Aus <>|
|Date:||Fri, 15 Nov 2019 08:48:26 +0000 (UTC)|
If you know of a good contact or link for reporting ringed and tagged waders, would you please let me know?
Today at the Western Waste Treatment Plant ("Werribee") we found 3 tagged Curlew Sandpipers together in a mixed flock at the edge of the bay. Details of the observation are at the following link. I would be happy to provide any further information as needed.
I don't suppose this will be an important data point, because there were 3 birds, similarly tagged, close together. They were probably tagged near here, recently.
Thank you, and good birding -
Steve Johnson(visiting from Virginia, USA)
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