Please, I need information if you could take a moment to think.
Does anyone know of a situation where coastal migratory shorebird flocks
roost regularly on cement structures, as in a sea wall or revetment
wall? It doesn't have to be in Australia, although that would be better
If there is such a situation, the next thing I would like to know, if
possible, is which species are prepared to stand on concrete.
Taking the question further, I would like to hear from people who know
of shorebirds roosting on other artificial structures or surfaces. I'm
not asking about birds like cormorants or pelicans, rather, migratory
The answers may help in informing for an upcoming proposed artificial
roost. And no, I am NOT building another artificial roost, not me. The
politics of the last one turned me into an old woman.
Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
26° 51' 41"S 152° 56' 00"E
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