Windang Estuary Tattler

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Subject: Windang Estuary Tattler
From: "Jim and Sonia O'Shea" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2006 17:42:36 +1000
Hi peter and birders

A visit today at low tide provided good views of a single tattler feeding with 
a single common greenshank. The tattler was constantly moving, and I could not 
get a decisive  view of it's eyebrow length or its nasal groove. However, when 
it was disturbed, it gave a clear 2 note call, repeated as it flew off. Based 
on this call, my guess is it's a grey tailed tattler. Thats a shame because I 
haven't ticked a wandering yet.


Jim O'Shea

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