"Graham&Jenny Beal" <>
Mon, 23 Oct 2000 21:44:07 EST
On Mon. 16th Oct. I saw an immature Banded Stilt at Pakenham S.F. South
-East of Melbourne.It was mobbed by the local Pied Stilts.
I have been keeping a fairly regular watch there for about 10 years and it
is the first that I have seen. They are generally fairly uncommon East of
It prompted me to wonder if any others were turning up in unusual or obscure
Also that day there were 2 Whiskered Terns on passage.
All the best,
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