Sharp-tailed sandpipers

To: "Mike Carter" <>
Subject: Sharp-tailed sandpipers
Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2004 10:37:15 +1000

I reported seeing a curlew sandpiper at Lake Connewarre(about 10km as the
sandpiper flies from lake victoria) last weekend which was also with a
small flock of waders which i didn't get a good look at.  They all seemed
about the same size as the curlew sandpiper that i got a look at,  so
assumed they were either sharp-tails or more curlew sandpipers.

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