Caloundra (SE QLD) Wandering Tattler & Sooty Oyster Catcher

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Subject: Caloundra (SE QLD) Wandering Tattler & Sooty Oyster Catcher
From: Ros Laundon <>
Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 09:03:25 +1000
Hello All,

On Sunday 3rd Dec, 2000 there was a group of 4 Wandering Tattlers and a
group of 4 Sooty Oyster Catchers on the edge of the rocks about 200
meters from the Kings Beach Surf Life Saving Club.  There was plenty of
shell-fish right at the birds' feet.  We also noticed numerous, dead,
small crabs in this area.  Two of the Sooty Oyster Catchers looked a bit
browner (and a bit 'goofier') than the other two.  Perhaps they were
young ones.

Ros Laundon.

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