Subject: Waders
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 17:56:58 +0900
Hi all, 
Amazing how things can change from one day to the next. Yesterday there
were    ( as previously reported) just a few odd waders and the Banded
Stilts at Penrice Saltfields. Today suddenly there were hundreds of Curlew
Sandpipers, thousands of Red-necked Stints, some with full chest bands,
some Red-capped Plovers, increased numbers of Sharpies, and amongst a lot
of Whiskered Terns we ( John Cox, Colin Rogers, Enid Pascoe and myself)
confirmed one Arctic Tern - a tad scruffy, but no doubt that's what it is.
Directions anyone?

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