AGP spotting at Point Cook - beach or dune?

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Subject: AGP spotting at Point Cook - beach or dune?
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2014 06:06:18 +1100
I was there at the westernmost rocks between about 11 and 2 yesterday, but not 
a single plover was seen. It's been pointed out to me that waiting on the beach 
as we did instead of on the dune might cause them to feed elsewhere. Several 
friends who saw it during the past week saw it from the dune.

Any opinions? Every time I turn up there, there are others already set up on 
the beach, so I can't see the point of waiting on the dune by myself.

Peter Shute

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