To: "birdingaus" <>, "Keith Brandwood" <>
Subject: migrants
From: "Mike" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 12:19:23 +1000

The first Latham's was seen on our campus here in PNG yesterday also.  In the 
afternoon it was accompanied by a Common Sandpiper.

So if Spring is here why aren't we all outside collecting bird data?



Prof Mike Tarburton
Dean: School of Science and Technology
Pacific Adventist University
PMB, Boroko
Papua New Guinea

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> From:          on behalf of Keith 
> Brandwood
> Sent:         15 August 2004 14:15
> To:   birdingaus
> Subject:      [BIRDING-AUS] migrants
> Hello birders ect.  The Lathams Snipe returned to there usual site in Cattia 
> today.
> the Hawkesbury 60km N/Wof Sydney beautiful one day glorious the next
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