Re: Possible non-breeding Little Stint in Penrhyn Estuary, Sydney

Subject: Re: Possible non-breeding Little Stint in Penrhyn Estuary, Sydney
From: Tun Pin Ong <>
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 15:13:07 -0800 (PST)
Hi Birdingausers,

To facilitate viewing of the photos, I have copied
down the photo links as given below. Let me know if
there is still difficulties in viewing it.

This maybe more challenging than American Golden
Plover or Wandering Tattler.

The suspected stint is in the middle, right behind the
closest RN Stint.

Comments welcome.

Tun-Pin Ong
St Leonards


> Hi,
> Last Friday afternoon, I photographed a small number
> of Red-necked Stints. Among them, one individual in
> particular showed smaller head and longer tibia. It
> was fairly easy to pick it up among 10+ other
> Red-necked Stints. Also present was a NSW flagged RN
> Stint.
> I had posted to birdforum and there are some
> suggestions that this could be a Little Stint.
> The photo and discussion can be found at
> All comments are welcome. I am happy to send photos
> to
> individuals who are interested to have a look the
> photos.

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