Subject: pratincole
From: Purcell's <>
Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2003 19:23:50 +1000
Perhaps everyone has seen it already, but the latest news is:
One Oriental Pratincole seen at the Little River end of Paradise Road (northern side). Did not see the second. Thanks to directions given on birding - aus over the past few weeks. Richard and Diane Nowotny were there before us, and pointed the single bird in amongst the 'sods' of grass. Mostly standing facing the wind. Occasionally in flight.
Also seen in this area, around 7 glossy ibis, and one banded stilt (in amongst all the avocets.)
Rick Purcell
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