Judith L-A <>
Tom Tarrant <>
Sun, 26 Mar 2017 01:39:52 +0000
They would have left for East Asia by now, probably breeding. They are
usually the first wading-bird species to head north.
On Mar 25, 2017 4:54 PM, "Judith L-A" <>
> Does anyone know if LSnipe will forage in the rain? Yesterday
> afternoon/evening I saw none at my usual March-staging observation-post —
> It was rainy & misty, but being wetland-birds northering & feeding-up, they
> seemed worth looking for, as I was passing.
> SEQ wetland 400m
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