Crimson Chat and Banded Lapwings

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Subject: Crimson Chat and Banded Lapwings
From: Tony and Tash Manderson <>
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2019 01:12:20 +0000
Hi all,

Were lucky enough to find the Banded Lapwings this morning, thanks to Christine and Sue. Surprise observation was a Crimson Chat in non-breeding plumage. Chat was first seen flying in with a couple of brown-headed honeyeaters. Observed in a small woodland area just halfway up the hill from where the creek crossings are on Boboyan Rd. The Banded Lapwings were observed in the valley at the top of the hill. Initially seen on trees on right or road, but when we went back with Sue and Christine 20 minutes later it flew to the other side of the road. Hard to see on the ground. 

Regards, Liam and Tony
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