Fwd: Lake Tutchewop: Take 2.

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Subject: Fwd: Lake Tutchewop: Take 2.
From: Richard NOWOTNY <>
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 12:08:33 +1100
Ignore all that increasing salinity blather - the Dowitcher is still at Lake 
Tutchewop. I'm looking at it now - it's on the southern shore a few hundred 
metres west of the creek, among a large collection of mixed waders and Stilts.
Persistence rewarded (I drove right around the lake-shore).

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> From: Richard NOWOTNY <>
> Date: 30 November 2014 11:17:00 am AEDT
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Lake Tutchewop
> I'm at the lake now. There do not appear to be any other birders here, unlike 
> yesterday when there were 10 or more looking for the Dowitcher around midday.
> As far as I know, no-one saw it yesterday, and I have not seen it so far 
> today. Ten or so Marsh Sandpiper and a single Pacific Golden Plover are the 
> pick of the waders.
> The large numbers of Banded Stilt, Avocet and Red-capped Plover suggest high 
> (and increasing?) salinity - perhaps now too high for the Dowitcher, which 
> was last reported (on Facebook I am told) around 10am on Friday morning.
> If anyone has any more recent information I would appreciate a call on 0438 
> 224 456.
> Regards. Richard Nowotny
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