Sanderlings & White-throated Gerygones

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Subject: Sanderlings & White-throated Gerygones
From: "Allan Morris" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 18:30:10 +1000
Hi Birders,
 Edwin Vella asked about Sanderlings on the NSW Coast this spring and I can report that a Sanderling was reported to Birdline that was seen at Long Reef on 7 September 2000, observer unknown but possibly Michael Ronan. This is the only one reported so far.
White-throated Gerygones could occur in the northern suburbs of Sydney on migration but not stay around. I have frequently found them close to the coast on the NSW Central Coast in August and September but they soon move to more woodland areas to breed. They pass through again in March-April on their return migration
Alan Morris
NSWFOC Records Officer
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