re Oriental Pratincole at WTP

To: Jim Caine <>
Subject: re Oriental Pratincole at WTP
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2005 20:55:02 +1100
I missed the Pratincole (and the Magpie Geese - they keep avoiding me) but I did have a Broad-billed Samdpiper in the 35E Conservation Ponds, along with the Glossy Ibis

On 12/28/05, Jim Caine <> wrote:
Hi All,

Oriental Pratincole was at the pond near the Little River Ford today. I saw it with some other observers between 1 and 2.00pm. Wood Sandpipers and Glossy Ibis were at Conservation Pond east.

I couldn't locate Long-toed Stint, Terek Sandpiper or any other rarities.
Jim Caine

Jim Caine

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