Latham's Snipe

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Subject: Latham's Snipe
From: Judith L-A <>
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2017 05:06:39 +0000
Thx, Tom. During March is when I've seen them fattening at this site. Also,
if you "follow" the Latham's Snipe Project (Wordpress) you'll see they're
still moving at this time. (They're then gone from here by April.)

On 26 March 2017 at 11:39, Tom Tarrant <> wrote:

> They would have left for East Asia by now, probably breeding. They are
> usually the first wading-bird species to head north.
> Tom
> On Mar 25, 2017 4:54 PM, "Judith L-A" <>
> wrote:
>> 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.
>> Judith
>> SEQ wetland 400m
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