Broadwater islands lost to Russian birds

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Subject: Broadwater islands lost to Russian birds
From: "Steve Potter" <>
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2008 15:58:25 +0930
"It appears that wader numbers are steadily decreasing. I don't have on hand
current figures from Qld Wader sSudy Group which does monthly counts but
from memory I think numbers of every species have declined over the last

That's because they're all down at Goolwa SA enjoying the Murray Mudflat
(previously known as river) cause the blokes upstream drink all our

Steve Potter
Blackwood, South Australia


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