Re: RFI Hooded Plovers Near Sydney

To: "Vella, Edwin" <>
Subject: Re: RFI Hooded Plovers Near Sydney
From: (andy burton)
Date: Mon, 29 Dec 1997 17:13:27 +1100
>I would like to know any reliable sites to see Hooded Plovers close to
>Sydney. Can anyone help?
>Edwin Vella

Yes Edwin,

        Any of the beaches (or the dunes  behind them) at or south of Lake
Conjola (35° 16´ S 150° 30´ E). Wairo Beach is a good bet (35° 26´ S 150°
25´ E) and immediately to its south is Tabourie Point where I have seen
them. Wairo Beach has the advantage at this time of year of being long
(about 6 km) and holidaymakers are correspondingly thinly spread.

Good luck, Andy

ps Osprey at Narrabeen Lagoon yesterday and three Little Penguins at South
Curl Curl (10-50m from the low cliffs just to the north of Harbord Diggers
Club). This morning White-winged Trillers at Bushells Lagoon and Scheyville
NP and Speckled Warblers at the latter.

Andy Burton
Andy Burton's Bush Tours
703/4 Francis Road
Artarmon, NSW  2064

Ph      61 2 9904 8468  (home and bus.)
Fax     61 2 9904 8768
Mob     0418 283 288

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