Ruff in Newcastle

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Subject: Ruff in Newcastle
From: "Stuart, Alan AD" <>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 08:49:44 +1000
I haven't seen it myself as yet, but some capable observers have
reported a Ruff to be present at Ash Island in the Hunter estuary near
Newcastle.  It's been seen by a couple of groups of people recently.
The bird was at the main ponds system over by the railway line  - not
always seen there though and hence probably moving around between this
and other locations in the estuary.  Reasonable numbers of other waders
have also been present, including some Double-banded Plover have turned

Incidentally, I'm not aware of any reports of Yellow Wagtail on Ash
Island this season.  Unless anybody on the list has news to the

Alan Stuart

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