Yellow Wagtail at Lake McLarty, near Mandurah, WA

Subject: Yellow Wagtail at Lake McLarty, near Mandurah, WA
From: Mark Stanley <>
Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2009 08:10:44 +0800
A single Yellow Wagtail was observed on the east side of the lake on
Saturday morning. Another possible Broome refugee, the Little Curlew which
has been there for over a week was still present. Also what appears to be a
male Ruff - has irregular dark markings about the neck, a Grey Plover and at
least 8 Long-toed Stints contributed to an interesting morning. Very few
Sharpies or Curlew Sandpipers yet but large numbers of Red-necked Avocets.
There was a group of Yellow-throated Miners are on nearby Beacham Rd.

The new Bunbury freeway has an exit at Mills road, cutting the trip from
Perth to just under an hour.

Mark Stanley & Maree Weerheim

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