|From:||"John Cummings" <>|
|Date:||Sun, 7 Sep 2008 21:44:18 +1000|
I was in Darwin for the weekend and heard this morning my first Keel for the season.
Birders are funny people.
Yesterday at the foreshore the group leader said that the Oriental Plovers should arrive at 0900 and blow me down if six did not arrive at that time.
It was great to see the first Aussie land fall of these guys that we were aware of this season.
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