Re tagged curlew Sandpiper

I’m interested in knowing also. We Just had a Curlew Sandpiper with a
coloured flag on its left leg,
near Streaky Bay, South Australia.

Sandra Kinsey
usually of British Columbia, Canada

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> 1. Re: WTP Access (Dave Torr)
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> Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2019 07:11:29 +1100
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> If you or your son are from out of Victoria then you can get a key for
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www.melbournewater.com.au/community-and-education/recreation/birdwatching/apply-birdwatching-permit.
This gives access to much of the plant – certainly enough to get quite a
few birds
> Of course you may get lucky and someone may offer to take you out! Dave
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> On Thu, 14 Nov 2019 at 21:42, Photography
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>> Hi fellow birders,
>> I?m in Melbourne for a couple of days with my son Finn (of Finns
Honey).
>> He super keen to add to his bird list. Any idea how and if we would be
able
>> to gain access to the Western Treatment Plant at Werribee on Saturday
morning?
>> Thanks so much,
>> Wes
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> Hello birders,
> If you know of a good contact or link for reporting ringed and tagged
waders, would you please let me know?
> Today at the Western Waste Treatment Plant (“Werribee”) we found 3
tagged
> Curlew Sandpipers together in a mixed flock at the edge of the bay.?
Details of the observation are at the following link.? I would be happy
to
> provide any further information as needed.
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ebird.org/checklist/S61460460
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> I don’t suppose this will be an important data point, because there were
3
> birds, similarly tagged, close together.? They were probably tagged near
here, recently.
> Thank you, and good birding -Steve Johnson
> stevejohnson2@verizon.net
> (visiting from Virginia, USA)
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