re sandpiper at Long Reef

Subject: re sandpiper at Long Reef
From: "Jo Wieneke" <>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 97 11:44:20 UT
The small nondescript sand pipers were probably Red-necked Stints. Last week I 
saw at least 20 of them in non-breeding plumage at Long Reef. There were also 
3 Grey-tailed Tattlers. There was also one Pied Oystercatcher and several 
Sootys. Where do they all go when the tide comes right in?

Jo Wieneke.

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