Black Falcon Specimen at WTP

Subject: Black Falcon Specimen at WTP
From: Jennifer Spry <>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 20:07:34 +1000

I was down looking at these Banded Lapwing on 27 July. There seemed to be two clutches then. I saw two chicks with one pair of parents and a third chick further back from the road with one adult. Very cute they were too. Just little golden fluff balls in the sun.




On a more positive note, there were 4 adult Banded Lapwings and 2 chicks in the ploughed paddock on the corner of Pouties rd and Beach Rd. (opposite Avalon Airport).


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