Re: Beach Curlew Valla Beach NSW

To: Niels Poul Dreyer <>
Subject: Re: Beach Curlew Valla Beach NSW
From: moris <>
Date: Fri, 06 Mar 1998 23:01:17 +1100
Niels Poul Dreyer wrote:
> Hi Folks
> I saw a pair of Beach Curlew at Valla Beach near the inlet from Bellingen
> River, 50 km south of Coffs Habour on Thursday 26 February 1998 9 am in the
> morning. They took off 9.30 and flew indland along the river.
> Niels Poul Dreyer
re Beach Stone-curlews at Valla Beach

Beach Stone-curlews are resident and breeding at Nambucca Heads so it is
not unexpected that two should be seen at Valla Beach (just to the
north) although I am unaware of them being seen there before. There are
five regular breeding sites in NSW viz Manning, Nambucca, Red Rock,
Clarence and Sandon River estuaries. I am happy to receive reports of
any records of BSC in NSW for the Annual Reports.

Alan Morris
NSWFOC Records Officer & Editor, NSW Bird Report

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