Pectoral Sandpiper

Subject: Pectoral Sandpiper
From: John Harris or Jude Westrup <>
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 09:05:29 +1000
Dear All,

Greg Anderson, Richard Thomis and myself met at Pine Rivers Park this
morning a 6.20 and spent a nice hour and a half looking for the Pectoral
Sandpiper seen there earlier in the week, but alas, no show.

We did however see 47 species for the morning.  My how quickly numbers
pile up when your not recording them instantly.  I should be more
efficient at recording species as I go rather than relying on the grey
matter at a later stage. I have only just remembered another one,
moments ago - Royal Spoonbill, and we saw Blue-faced H/E and Masked
Lapwing after Greg left.

I would still be interested to hear if others see the Pect S/p there
after this morning.

John Harris
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