An on-line guide to identifying Wandering tattlers in non-breeding pluma

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Subject: An on-line guide to identifying Wandering tattlers in non-breeding plumage.
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 21:44:29 +1000
After several years of gathering suitable photographs and several months of 
time at the computer, I have published an online guide to identifying Wandering 
Tattlers in non-breeding plumage as we see them in Australia.
The guide can be found at

Please keep in mind that the guide contains information which I have gathered 
from several years of photographing Wandering Tattlers. The opinions expressed 
in the guide are my personal opinions on a practical approach to the 
identification of Wandering Tattlers and the document should not be considered 
a definitive scientific paper. I offer the guide for the benefit of other 
birdwatchers as there seems to be no other detailed and reliable identification 
guide available for this difficult-to-identify species.

Bob Inglis
Sandstone Point

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