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Port Wakefield sewage works

Fairy Martin (300) Birds were roosting in unknown saplings next to the Sewage pond but swarmed into the air when disturbed

  Reported by Winston Syson - 03/02/2019 03:57:20 PM   

Thompson's Beach South

Red Knot (1000) A cloud of close to 1000 birds came swirling in from further South of Thompson's and landed about one Km South of the main car park,a great sight to see. We also counted 50 Great knot feeding away from the Red Knots.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 03/02/2019 03:52:29 PM   

Mac's Beach Yorke Peninsula

Crested Bellbird (1) This bird was calling from the bush just behind the beach,this is the third year in a row we have heard this bird.
Bar-tailed Godwit (42) Birds were feeding on the receding tide along with many Red Knot (220 ) and other small waders.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 03/02/2019 03:36:28 PM   

Port Clinton Yorke Peninsula

Grey-tailed Tattler (3) Derek Carter and I have observed 3 birds in this same location for the last 5 to 6 years?
Greater Sand Plover (7) Birds were feeding on sand spit just passed the caravan park along with many Red-neck Stint and Red capped Plover.

  Reported by Winston Syson - 03/02/2019 03:28:27 PM   

Bald hill Port Wakefield

Curlew Sandpiper (30) Birds were feeding on the incoming tide.
Bar-tailed Godwit (18) feeding in deeper water near to Mangroves
Red Knot (140) Feeding along with 350 Red-necked Stint

  Reported by Winston Syson - 03/02/2019 03:44:42 PM   

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