Long-toed Stint

To: Neville Pamment <>
Subject: Long-toed Stint
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 12:15:24 +1100
Hi Neville

I've seen Ian Parsons video of the Edithvale bird : it does
not show the long neck but Ian did see it stretched in this
way.  Most of the time, as the books say, it looked like a
small sharpie. As it was wading in mud/shallow water a lot
the yellow on the legs was not visible.

I may be able to make it on Saturday - so here's a plea to
all who might go: please be considerate by not shouting and
by rotating access to the best positions (like our beaut
cricket team!).  

Also think about donating $20 for a lifer... (so I owe $35
for the Baillon's and Spotless Crakes on 19/1 !

Michael Norris
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