|To:||"Birdline Victoria" <>|
|Subject:||Re: Greater Sand Plover at Breamlea, Victoria|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Nov 2004 19:02:03 +1100|
During the Victorian Twitchathon, Tim Dolby's team sighted a Sand Plover down at Breamlea on the Thompson's Creek Estuary.
On the Monday the 8th November, i was able to relocate the bird and get a few photos, and confirmed that it was a Greater Sand Plover.
Commonly recorded on Mud Island in the centre of Port Phillip Bay, they are rarely (if ever) seen around the coastline or Port Philip Bay.
I could not find the bird yesterday.
P.S. I will send a photo of the bird to oz-bird-pix.
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