Update on that Phalarope

Subject: Update on that Phalarope
From: (Dr Richard Nowotny)
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 1998 00:34:00 -1000
The aforementioned Red-necked Phalarope is still in situ!  Same location -
but now much more extensive breeding ("alternate") plumage - well worth
seeing as it approaches full colour.
Wood Sandpipers, Pectoral Sandpipers, the more common smaller waders - all
in near full breeding plumage - with many Avocet and Banded Stilt.  Werribee
continues to be a wonderful place.

From:  Dr Richard Nowotny
             Melbourne, Australia
             Tel. (w) 61-3-9214.1420

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