RE: Common Sandpiper at Albert Park Lake

Subject: RE: Common Sandpiper at Albert Park Lake
From: Vin <>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 15:31:46 +1100 (EST)
 --- Greg Oakley <> wrote: > Hi Alan,
> Just returned from a quick look at Albert Park Lake, but had no luck with
> the Common Sandpiper.
> I did, however get on to the Royal Spoonbill, together with a Little
> Grassbird and a couple of Whiskered Terns - not a bad spot so close to the
> city!

I went out a 12 during my lunch break, but it started to pour really bad.
I saw the Royal Spoodbill a few weeks back, but not today. Couldnt find
the Common Sandpiper either. Only saw the following in the 20 minute walk
from work to APL and back:

  Black Cormorant
  Little Pied Cormorant
  Little Black Cormorant
  Whiskered Tern
  Silver Gull
  White Faced Heron
  Whiskered Tern
  Black Duck
  Welcome Swallow
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