birding-aus Phalaropes in SA

Subject: birding-aus Phalaropes in SA
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 1999 11:11:19 +1030 (CDT)

Morning all. We ( myself, Enid Pascoe, John Cox, Colin Rogers)checked out
the Phalaropes at Penrice late yesterday and found they appear to be down to
two, but you should see them!  One has gone completely into breeding
colours, so intensely so that it has to be a female, while the other as yet
is still changing but already has duller colour tones, especially up the
neck, so may well be a male.They are probably due to migrate soon so anyone
wishing to see them should do so ASAP. ( Russ take note)

Tony Russell. SA.
Tony Russell
Ph: 08 82078470W
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Adelaide South Australia.

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