325 birders visit Grey-headed Lapwing & FINAL CALLfor responses

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Subject: 325 birders visit Grey-headed Lapwing & FINAL CALLfor responses
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 17:22:23 +1000
Well, the Northern Shoveller might be one, and the Sabine's Gull would definitely be one [though being in a distant part of the country, could expect to have a much lower rate of visitation if it stays put for a similar amount of time.

On Saturday, September 2, 2006, at 10:34  AM, Edwin Vella wrote:

Rohan, you can now add another one.

The Grey-headed Lapwing was seen again yesterday (2nd September 2006) at
Burren Junction by David Koffel.

It would be good if we can do more of such surveys when other rarites
turn up to see how results may change.



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