Citrine Wagtail / Green Sandpiper reports

Subject: Citrine Wagtail / Green Sandpiper reports
From: Tony Palliser <>
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 22:21:28 +1000
A few more serious birds to add to Glenn's report

Del Richard's from Fine Feather Tours called me during my absence to
point out that he had observed (along with a number of other experienced
observers) what is believed to be an immature Citrine Wagtail at the
Port Douglas rubbish tip, Qld.  An unsuccessful attempt has been made to
relocate the bird which was last seen on the 15th October.  It might be
worth checking the area out if you live nearby.

There are also reports of a Green Sandpiper from Alice Springs Sewerage
Farm, NT.  If anyone is able to provide more information or believes
they have seen these birds it would be great to hear from you.


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