Next stop?......Migrating Eastern Curlew

Subject: Next stop?......Migrating Eastern Curlew
From: Andrew Corrick <>
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 15:26:51 +1000

At 21:30 last Sunday night I happened to be outside at home (near
Whittlesea 37 29S 145 05E) in time to hear  Curlew calls approaching from
the SSE pass overhead and disappear to the NNW.  My home is about 100 km NW
or N from the nearest Curlew habitats on Western Port and southern Port
Phillip .

The sky was overcast and there was a light SW breeze.The local sunset  was

Next stop???
Andrew Corrick
Manager Victorian Wildlife Atlas and Wetland Database
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Victoria
Phone 03 94508600

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