RE. tagged waders

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Subject: RE. tagged waders
From: Kailash Willis <>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2012 13:30:17 +1100

Hi Greg and all, Banded waders can be reported to    
Given the return of migratory waders this is probably a timely reminder to us 
all to keep an eye out for banded birds.i understand that this can be a 
contentious issue, and have no intention of opening that can of worms again, 
however i'm sure that we can all agree that information gained from reporting 
banded birds contributes to both our understanding of various species migratory 
habits as well as the conservation efforts of several organisations  
information reported should consist of the species that was flagged, the 
location of sighting, the date and the different coloured bands (which leg/s 
the band are on)  further information as well as an online reporting form can 
be found on the Australian Wader Study Groups website Happy birding, Kailash 
> Message: 7
> Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2012 08:48:12 +1000
> From: "Greg Roberts" <>
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] tagged waders
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> The email addresses I have for reporting tagged migratory waders are
> bouncing. If anyone has a current address, could they let me know please.
> Greg Roberts


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