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On Behalf Of Bruce Wedderburn Sent:Saturday, 24 December 2005 To: Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Red-necked
Red-necked Phalarope was still present this morning at the SeafordSwamp and can be viewed from Mike's broken gate access
point. The bird was seen by at least six observers this morning between and .
the bird did not seem too nervous, it is moving around a bit. It was last seen
sheltering behind some reeds slightly to the North (about 40 to 50m) from the
two posts. There are also a couple of Swamp Harriers to the north which is
upsetting some of the birds.
birds at the site included White-fronted Chat, Black-winged Stilt, Sharp-tailed
Sandpiper and a Royal Spoonbill.