Little Ringed Plover in Darwin

Subject: Little Ringed Plover in Darwin
From: "James Watson" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 10:40:04 GMT
Hi all,

For those who are interested- just saw a Little Ringed Plover at Fiddler's Lagoon (part of the Knuckey's lagoon complex, in Darwin) this afternoon. It was in at the southern edge of the lagoon, amongst approximately 50 Plumed Whistling Ducks. Also around were loads of Wood Sandpipers, Aust Practincoles and Little Curlews. The LRP was in a very worn, non-breeding plumage and therefore (I think) a different bird from the one that has been at the Darwin Sewerage Works recently.

James Watson
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