Little Stint at Lake Murphy.

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Subject: Little Stint at Lake Murphy.
From: "simon starr" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 14:55:41 +1000
Following up on a call from Rohan Clarke late yesterday Chris Coleborn,
David Parker and myself  headed to Lake Murphy, south west of Kerang this
morning and after a couple of hours sifting through the still increasing
number of Red-necked Stints there, we found the Little Stint. As you'd
expect it was in a reasonably advanced stage of summer plumage. It was on
the west side of the lake, as are most of the waders.
Other sightings included 2 or possibly 3 Long-toed Stints, 5 Black-tailed
Godwits, 1 Wood Sandpiper, a number of Spotted Crakes, Sea-Eagle, Black
Falcon, and many more ducks again after the shooting has calmed down.
Simon Starr.


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