SIPO image album now on web-site

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Subject: SIPO image album now on web-site
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 06:49:22 +1000
In light of the recent report of the return of a South Island Pied 
Oystercatcher (SIPO) to the beach
near Ballina, NSW, (see Mike Carter's posting "Rare Birds", Thu, 17 Apr 2003 
15:40:42 -0000 at: )
I have added an album of images of the SIPO I recorded (visually not audibly) 
and photographed
at Woody Point/Clontarf in SE Queensland during 2001.
These images are presented for the purpose of aiding in the identification of 
the SIPO.
Please note that it is probable that only the one individual was photographed.
It should be reasonable to assume that this bird is typical of the species but 
cannot be guaranteed.

Also note that there has not been a report of a SIPO in the Woody 
Point/Clontarf area since
late in 2001.
However, it would seem that it is always worthwhile keeping an eye out for this 
species anywhere on
the east coast of Australia.

To see the album go to:
then navigate to the list of albums.
Choose the South Island Pied Oystercatcher album.

If there are any queries about the images please email me on the address 
provided on the web-site.

Good luck.

Bob Inglis
Woody Point

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