Sharp-tailed Sandpipers overwintering

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Subject: Sharp-tailed Sandpipers overwintering
From: "M Gardner" <>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 12:48:50 +0930
Like Chris and others its the same in East Arnhem land with still small
numbers of waders including Greenshanks, Sharpies, Marsh Sandpipers,
Red-necked Stints and I did see one Whimberel on Saturday morning.

Numbulwar NT

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