To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Tattlers
From: "Brian Everingham" <>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 11:17:46 +1100
My wife and I were at Bonna Point Reserve at Kurnell (southern edge of
Sydney, on the shores of Botany Bay) today and we saw a dozen tattlers.

Armed as we now are with a telescope we looked at them for a long time and
would love some other person to have a look. The length of the supercilium
and the tones on the head have us convinced we were looking at Wandering
Tattlers and not the more regular Grey-Tailed Tattler. However I would like
a confirmation.

The birds were roosting at high tide on the rocky breakwater near the car
park at the end of car access.

Brian Everingham
PO Box 269
NSW 2233

+61 2 95209341

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