Waders coming back

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Subject: Waders coming back
From: "M Gardner" <>
Date: Sat, 13 Aug 2005 20:05:19 +0930
G'day all
Over the past week we've observed good numbers of waders coming back early at Numbulwar, some still in or with partial breeding plumage including Sanderlings, Great Knots, Eastern Curlew, Whimberel, Greater and Lesser Sand Plovers, Common Greenshank and lots of Red-necked Stints.  We've also had small numbers of waders inlcuding Whimberels, the Sand Plovers and Greenshank overwinter.
Numbulwar NT (East Arnhem Land)
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