Migratory Birds Spotted in the Williamstown Wetlands

Migratory birds fly up to 10,000km to the Wetlands from Siberia, some non-stop, typically arriving in August-October and returning in March-April.

See what's been spotted in recent weeks....

See the compete list of birds.

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Bar-tailedGotwit_WB_3.JPG
Bar-tailedGotwit_WB_4.JPG
CommonGreenshank_1.JPG
CommonGreenshank_2.JPG
CommonGreenshank_3.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_1.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_2.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_3.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_4.JPG
Red-neckedStint_1.JPG
Red-neckedStint_2.JPG
Red-neckedStint_3.JPG
Red-neckedStint_4.JPG
Red-neckedStint_5.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_1.jpg
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_2.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_3.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_4.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_5.JPG
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Bar-tailedGotwit_WB_1.JPG
Bar-tailedGotwit_WB_3.JPG
Bar-tailedGotwit_WB_4.JPG
CommonGreenshank_1.JPG
CommonGreenshank_2.JPG
CommonGreenshank_3.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_1.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_2.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_3.JPG
PacificGoldenPlover_4.JPG
Red-neckedStint_1.JPG
Red-neckedStint_2.JPG
Red-neckedStint_3.JPG
Red-neckedStint_4.JPG
Red-neckedStint_5.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_1.jpg
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_2.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_3.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_4.JPG
Sharp-tailedSandpiper_5.JPG
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