This week in Geelong.

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Subject: This week in Geelong.
From: "Richard Dilena" <>
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2000 22:37:59 +1000
Hi all,
bit of a late posting but during the last Orange-bellied Parrot count a
couple of weeks ago at Edwards Point, St. Leonards, large numbers of waders
present (1000+) including Pied Oystercatcher, Pacific Golden Plover, Curlew
and Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, Red-necked Stint, Red-capped and Double-banded
Plover, Sanderling, and Terek Sandpiper, which is a new bird for me.  Apart
from the distinctive upturned bill, their yellow legs and similar size to
the Turnstones standing beside them made for positive ID.


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