Sharp-tailed Sandpipers overwintering

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Subject: Sharp-tailed Sandpipers overwintering
From: Chris Sanderson <>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 10:57:12 +0800
Further to the overwintering of Sharp-tailed Sandpipers topic earlier
this month, we have 3 Sharp-tailed Sandpipers seen on the beaches here
as late as the 21st of May (Saturday).  They may yet leave for Asia,
however they may also be overwintering due to injury or illness.

Broome, WA
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