Masked Lapwing chicks already!

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Subject: Masked Lapwing chicks already!
From: "Elizabeth Shaw" <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 13:35:56 +1000
A friend just pointed out to me a family of 4 Masked Lapwing chicks - about 2 
weeks old in a nearby set of units.  To have 2-week old chicks already they 
must have laid the eggs in March!  Isn't this incredibly early? Most Lapwings 
around here start nesting in mid-late June.

Elizabeth Shaw
Phillip Island

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