Sydney migrants

To: "birdingaus" <>
Subject: Sydney migrants
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 17:52:25 +0100
Hi everyone,
                 A trip around the Hawkesbury wetlands yesterday produced
small groups of Sharp-tailed sandpipers at all of the wetlands except
McGraths Hill
where 4or 5 Spotted Crakes were present. There were also 2  Spotted crakes
at Pitt Town feeding in the open.  Jap snipe seem to be thinner on the
ground, only seen 2 at Broadwater wetland so far this year.
Glossy Ibis are still at Pitt Town, and there are more Red-kneed Dottrel's
around than usual.


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