|Subject:||Re:Curlew Sandpiper at Lake Connewarre, Leopold Victoria|
|Date:||Tue, 15 Jun 2004 14:50:43 +1000|
I made a quick stop at Lake Connewarre on the weekend and it was teaming with Black Swan. It was hard to estimate, but there were at least 10,000 plus on the lake, feeding in the low-tide marsh-like conditions.
Also on the lakes edge were 20 or so red capped plovers, and small groups of waders. I only managed to get a good view of one of them, and it was a Curlew Sandpiper! Are Curlew Sandpipers normally in Southern Victoria in Winter?
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