uncommon/rare waders at WTP Vic

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Subject: uncommon/rare waders at WTP Vic
From: "Rohan Clarke" <>
Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 09:29:30 +1100
Hi All,

On the evening of Thursday 29th Dec a quick visit to try and track down
some of the goodies at the Western Treatment Plant (Werribee, Vic)
produced the following:

Red-necked Phalarope 1 on the western 35E Conservation Pond (presumably
the same bird initially found on 85WC Pond 9)

Long-toed Stint 1 On the eastern 35E Conservation Pond

Pectoral Sandpiper 1 on the western 35E Conservation Pond

Wood Sandpipers 1 on eastern 35E Conservation Pond, 3 on Walsh's Lagoon

No sign of the Oriental Pratincole or Broad-billed Sandpipers. Very few
waders on 85WC Pond 9 and I didn't check out Paradise Road or T-section.


Dr Rohan Clarke
mobile: 0429 792 906

Biosis Research Pty. Ltd.
Natural and Cultural Heritage Consultants
38 Bertie Street (PO Box 489)
Port Melbourne, Vic  3207
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