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Gary Wright <>
Tue, 10 Nov 2009 09:23:15 +1030
I have recently read Life on lands edge, about Roebuck Bay, Broome and also
a british based book, wader behaviour, both of which were very informative.
what I am wondering is people can recommend a book(s) that covers
shorebirds in australia in terms of their life here as well as at their
breeding grounds. Natural history prose rather than scientific writing
would be preferable but either will do.
Reading these other books turned waders more into living birds for me rather
than dots in a mass on a beach and also assisted me in noticing their
thanks for any info.
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