photo, your suggestion and balance of probability I'd agree that it looks most
like a young BfPlover.
The colours are right. But it might need a better look.
On the northern shore of Pond
5 this afternoon, amongst several magpie larks, there were two or three smaller
The one to the right of this (poor) photo is, I think, a Black-fronted
Plover, but the smaller one to the left (which I missed through binoculars) I am
It looks to be about half/two-thirds the size of the
righthand BfPlover, and has what appears to be a black bar through the eye but
no black band across the breast (?a young BfPlover?).
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A light form Little Eagle came and perched in the pine trees
to the south of the ponds, and then circled up on the blustery
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