Spotted Greenshank report

Subject: Spotted Greenshank report
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 12:13:49 +0930
Hi all
I heard third-hand that somebody had reported seeing Spotted 
Greenshank recently at East Point, Darwin. The person's name 
may have been Anthony Miller and he is apparently from Adelaide.
I'd like to get some details on the report, so:
a) if Anthony is reading this, can you please pass on some info?
b) if anyone knows whom I'm talking about, can they pass on my 
message or ask him to contact me?
c) if you've heard of the report can you contact me?

There was a Garganey at the Darwin Sewage Works yesterday but 
it had gone by late afternoon. There are a few Yellow Wagtails at 
the sewage works and two Little Ringed Plovers. There were about 
40 Oriental Plovers at Nightcliff, near Darwin, this morning; rather 
unusual to see them on the coast here during November. 
There has been no further news on the Gurney's Eagle reported 
from Holmes Jungle, near Darwin recently, nor the Green 
Sandpiper reported from Alice Springs.

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