Phillip Island

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Subject: Phillip Island
From: "Robert" <>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 11:41:36 +1100
Top o' the Mornin to you all.  I have just got home from a trip to the SURF 
BEACH at Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island, Vic.   There were 6 HOODED PLOVER 
loafing on the sand about 50 meters to the left of the steps down to the 
beach..  For those of you who are interested, and perhaps have not got this 
species on their list, there were about 10 CAPE BARREN GEESE feeding in a field 
where they grew peas a few weeks ago.  The field is situated on the Newhaven - 
Cowes Road on Phillip Island ,on the right hand side, about 1 kilometre from 
Cowes - beside a golf range.  They have been there for about a week already and 
seem to be having a feast on what is left of the peas, they also look as if 
they could be there for a bit longer.  Cheers Robbie Brown

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