|Subject:||gull-billed tern at WTP|
|Date:||Tue, 29 Jan 2008 20:34:30 +0900|
On Sunday 27th there was a gull-billed tern on 85WC-9 Lagoon. It was roosting amongst a large number|
of Whiskered terns & Shelduck.
A ruff popped it'shead up for a few moments at Walsh's Lagoon, but was not found again. Other than that,
it was a great day at the farm, with over a hundred species seen. The Little Curlew at Bulban Rd capped
off the day.
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