Banded lapwings

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Subject: Banded lapwings
From: John Brown <>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2015 02:23:12 +0000


5 banded lapwings seen at the location below at 9:40 this morning quite close to the road all near the water in the low part of the paddock, plus Flame robins and 1 female scarlet robin. No chats or finches.






On 22 Jul 2015, at 4:27 pm, David McDonald (personal) <> wrote:

Thanks Christine and Martin. This morning I saw, with some difficulty owing to the distance and topography, two Banded Lapwings. They were in a paddock about 300 m NE of the gate of 1443 Hoskinstown Road.


No sign of chats.


Regards - David

On 21/07/2015 4:50 PM, Martin Butterfield wrote:

I should have mentioned earlier that the record of White-fronted Chats is the first for my collection of data for the broad Carwoola area (since 2007).  Thanks again Christine and Steve.





Martin Butterfield


On 21 July 2015 at 11:31, Martin <> wrote:

Most excellent Christine.  Thanks for detail on loc'n. I found 8 Banded Lapwings just N of the gate to 1433 Hoskinstown Rd about 5 minutes ago.  Also 2 pink-eared duck on a dam at Mills Cross.



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On 21 Jul 2015, at 09:57, Christine <> wrote:

Seen yesterday afternoon from Hoskinstown Road, 11 Banded Lapwing, 2 White-fronted Chat and more than 120 Magpies among other species on roadside just North of Hoskinstown. Seen by Steve Wallace and myself.




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