Northern Pintail and Garganeys in Darwin

Subject: Northern Pintail and Garganeys in Darwin
From: Niven <>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 20:16:04 +0930
Hi all
for those interested in rare birds, there is currently a male Northern Pintail, 
coming out of breeding plumage, and 2 Garganey in Darwin. There are also 
2 Little Ringed Plovers, a couple of Long-toed Stints, and a couple of Yellow 
The wagtails are only present intermittently but the others seem quite easy 
to find at the moment.
Birds of Darwin, Kakadu & the Top End:

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