Subject: WTN at WTP
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Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 21:06:47 +1100
Hi all,

For those who don'y know where the WTP is, sorry about the subject line but it 
was too tempting. OK, there were a small number of White-throated Needletails 
flying beneath the heavy rain clouds over the Western Treatment Plant at 
Werribee, south of Melbourne yesterday. In all I would guess there were some 20 
or so but they were not in a flock. First there was just one, down at about 
tree hight, and then they went over in ones and twos travelling southwest to 

Not a good day for birding due to the wind and rain but there were three Great 
Knot and one White-winged Black tern on Walsh's Lagoon at about 1:00 pm.

The 17 Banded Stilt where down at the T-section ponds too (Summer Lagoon).




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