Red-necked Phalarope still at Western Treatment Plant

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Subject: Red-necked Phalarope still at Western Treatment Plant
From: John Boyce <>
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 2016 09:35:00 +0000
Hi everyone,
just a follow up on my request for information from last week. I stopped at 
Western Treatment Plant T-section lagoon area (gate 1) on Wednesday last week 
and found the Red-necked Phalarope easily and quickly. It was still loosely 
associating with the Red-necked Avocets and Banded Stilts but flew off on its 
own for a short time. Also in the first pond to the left of the entrance gate 
found one Pectoral Sandpiper and lots of Marsh Sandpipers. Also saw one Wood 
Sandpiper in one of the small ponds further over as well as some Zebra Finches 
on the track.

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