Sooty Oystercatchers - Brighton, Melbourne

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Subject: Sooty Oystercatchers - Brighton, Melbourne
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 14:36:55 +1000
Today at 1.15 two Sooty Oystercatchers were feeding about 10m away from the sea wall in Brighton, a bit north of the Park St. groyne.

Only the ninth record of the species on my Bayside database but the fifth this year!

Other recent Bayside records include a Scarlet Robin and Richards Pipit passing through. The Grey Currawong is still around in NE Beaumaris.

Michael Norris

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