Tony Russell <>
Phil & Linda Cross <>
Tue, 10 Oct 2000 11:16:33 +1000
> G'day all, I realise it's still a bit early but we in Adelaide have started
> looking for migratory waders and have to report that as yet not many have
> arrived. Suspect that those here have overwintered.
> So, my query is where have they reached so far? Keith told us some were
> hitting Cairns recently, but where else are they being seen?
I posted two reports to birding-aus on 4th and 5th October regarding waders.
You will note in the second report the large number of Red Knot seen at the
Lytton roost. Records from the September count sheets show many wader species
increasing at the roosts along the east coast of Queensland.
Queensland Wader Study Group.
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