Ash Island

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Subject: Ash Island
From: "Alan Stuart" <>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 10:30:50 +1100
There is some good news this week.  The bridge across one of the creeks on
Ash Island (~10km west of Newcastle NSW) is finally completed and it is now
possible to access the main pond areas by car.  It has been a saga of more
than 2 years during which access to Ash Island has been severely restricted.
Birders can now resume visiting this previous mecca of interesting


There were >1600 Sharp-tailed Sandpipers present on Ash Island a few days
ago, and small numbers of several other waders. No sign of any Yellow
Wagtails but they seem to be a late summer visitor usually.


Alan Stuart


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