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|Subject:||Marsh Sandpiper or Common Greenshank?|
|Date:||Thu, 30 May 2019 05:55:28 +0000|
Last Sunday there was a report on eBird of a Marsh Sandpiper at Jerra Wetlands. By the time i saw the bird the sun was setting and it was on the other side of the swamp from Cygnus hide so my photos are not real good. After getting home i looked through the pics and posted some on an Bird ID page on facebook ( ABID ) and it was confirmed as a Common Greenshank.
With events that have happened today i would like more opinions of what the bird is.
My list with pics can be found here. https://ebird.org/australia/view/checklist/S56745013
Another list with much better pics can be found here. https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56743662
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