Hudsonian Godwit and access rights

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Subject: Hudsonian Godwit and access rights
From: Jenny Skewes <>
Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2000 19:40:03 +1200
The Hudwit is elusive for some of us. Tuesday last week(windy, cold, 4pm) there
were 5 godwits in the right spot but only a Black-tailed lifted its wings in the
45 min I was able to be there.
This morning (warm, still, 7.30 am) there were none there at all in the hour I
stayed. Being calm and fairly low tide I suspect they were out on the Spit.
A couple of local birders assured me that it is OK for us to be there, but that
not all the security guys know that!


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