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Subject: Exodus
From: "Phil Joy" <>
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 06:36:00 +0800
Late yesterday afternoon,on Roebuck Bay, the BBO wardens witnessed the first
major migration movement of the year.
Fifty Six Eastern Curlew and Ninety Nine Sand Plovers were counted as they
departed Broome on their annual Migratory trek to their Northern Hemisphere
breeding grounds.  This phenomenen will continue, with varying numbers and
species, almost daily now until the end of April.
Phil Joy         
P O Box 21
W A            6725

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