Crescent Honeyeaters & Sharp-tailed Sandpipers

To: Lawrie Conole <>
Subject: Crescent Honeyeaters & Sharp-tailed Sandpipers
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 08:53:45 +1000
Lawrie Conole wrote:

Edwin Vella wrote:

Has anybody ever recorded Sharp-tailed Sandpipers over-wintering
anywhere in Australia?

There are still at least a couple of dozen Sharpies at Werribee in Victoria (as of Friday). My other latest record (4 May) was at Werribee in 2003. Not sure of the bigger picture ...

Sorry - my latest record actually 27 May in 2001 at Avalon Beach (a bit west of Werribee in Victoria).

*Lawrie Conole
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