Another Semi-palmated Plover in Broome

Subject: Another Semi-palmated Plover in Broome
From: Adrian Boyle <>
Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2010 18:50:22 +0800
Hi all

Today 6/9/2010 in Roebuck Bay at Quarry Beach I discovered yet another 
Semi-palmated Plover. The first bird for Australia that turned up last October 
is still present at the Broome Poo Ponds and George Swann confirmed it was 
still present at the time of my sighting.

This is very exciting as it is now the 4th record of this species in Australia 
in the past 9 months.

An image of todays bird can be found about half way down in the vagrant 

Or if you want to see photos from 3 of the 4 records for Australia then check 
out   The last 2 
images in this gallery are from today.

Cheers from the Semi-palmated capital of Australia

Adrian Boyle==============================
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