Waders and cracked mud

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Subject: Waders and cracked mud
From: "Gordon and Pam Cain" <>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 22:38:20 +1100
Dear all -
Keith wrote:
>Most wetlands in the Barmah-Millewa Forest are presently dry. Moira Lake is
>being drained and it is hoped that the mud will dry and crack. This means
>that the lake might be ideal for waterbirds and waders when it next
>receives water.
>Keith Stockwell,


Could someone please explain to a novice the connection between cracked mud
and the attraction of waders when it next gets wet?



Gordon Cain


NW Blacktown, 

Western Sydney


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