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|Subject:||Western Treatment Plant|
|From:||"Shirley Cameron" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 31 Dec 2005 07:04:52 +1100|
Red-necked Phalarope was again in the 85W Lagoon , so busy feeding and occasioning doing its anti- clockwise turning. A very elegant bird.
Wood Sandpipers in 35W and the Long-toed Stint in 35E Conservation Pond.
Late afternoon when the conditions were mild and the light was very good was the ideal time.
Did not see the Pratincole.
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