Grey-headed Lapwing and vagrants

To: "Peter Waanders" <>, "Birding-aus (E-mail)" <>
Subject: Grey-headed Lapwing and vagrants
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2006 18:50:43 +1000
Yup. Take Black-tailed Gull where there first Australian record, in 1978, was from Port Phillip Bay. There are a few more places where they could have landed between here and Japan! And of course they have been detected doing just that in more recent years.

But don't forget the impact of climate change which will probably mean we (or later generations in my case) will see some very unusual birds (while others vanish completely).

Michael Norris
Melbourne ===============================

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