Wandering Tattlers at Caloundra

To: "Robert Inglis" <>
Subject: Wandering Tattlers at Caloundra
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 16:07:32 +1000
Hi Bob

I'm surprised that you haven't seen Wandering Tattlers at Woody Point on the
famous Redcliffe Peninsula before.  I have seen them there a number of times
over the past couple of years, usually solitary on the rocks at mid to low
tide to the north of the jetty.  Often see Grey-taileds in groups to the
south of the jetty.

Caloundra Head is usually pretty reliable for Wandering Tattlers during the
summer as well as Eastern Reef Egrets and the Sooty Oystercatchers.  I was
there in November one day and had hundreds both of Short-tailed Shearwaters
and Common Terns feeding not far off shore.


Roy Sonnenburg

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