|Subject:||Re: Banded Birds at Lake Victoria|
|Date:||Wed, 23 Jun 2004 19:34:04 +1000|
90 Red knots were reported down at Lake Victoria at Pt Lonsdale last week.
I went to check them out and one of the birds had an orange and yellow leg band.
There was also a juvenile hooded plover there with orange and yellow leg bands. ( i think it had one band on each leg).
I remember the order being important, but cant remember which way they where ordered.
Are you able to provide any info on these birds with this info?
I seem to recall yellow meaning south australia, but would a juvenile hooded plover fly from south australia?
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