"Robert Inglis" <>
Thu, 26 Oct 2000 06:51:36 -0700
In the late 1980s, I can't remember the exact date and since my electronic
record application failed (something that users of such programs should be
prepared for) it takes time and effort to locate some of my records, I recorded
a Banded Stilt at Lake Bindegolly in SW Qld.
In view of recent breeding and dispersion of BSs, I am wondering if anyone else
has seen this species in that location.
It might be worthwhile for anyone planning a visit to this very good birding
area to keep a good lookout for Banded Stilt.
Woody point SEQld,
27 deg 15min S; 153 deg 5 min E
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