Shelduck sp at WTP, Victoria

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Subject: Shelduck sp at WTP, Victoria
From: jenny spry <>
Date: Sun, 7 Apr 2013 16:09:33 +1000
Hi all,

Last week Russell Woodford reported a Shelduck with different markings and
suggested it had a likeness to a Cape Shelduck. Joy Tansey and I relocated
the bird this morning at low tide on rocks in the bay half way between the
Murtcain Outlat and Kirks point ( 38º 02' 14" S  144º 38' 02" E ). It was
with a flock of Aus Shelduck but remained on the outer edges of the flock.

I have put images of the bird on my blog at the address below. Quite few
were taken and I might add a few more later today or tomorrow.



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