Yellow Wagtails on Ash Island

To: "'Evan Beaver'" <>
Subject: Yellow Wagtails on Ash Island
From: "Edwin Vella" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2006 15:38:34 +1100



From what I understand Wagtail Way is named after the fact that the Yellow Wagtails have been recorded a number of times along this road in at least the past 8 years.


There is also Green and Golden Bell Frog Way where these frogs have also been recorded and meets up with Wagtail Way.




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Sent: Tuesday, 7 February 2006 7:25 PM
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Can Wagtails read? Were they there intentionally?

On 2/7/06, Stuart, Alan AD <> wrote:

...saw six Yellow Wagtails there.  They were feeding along Wagtail Way.  I



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Evan Beaver
Lapstone, Blue Mountains

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