Little Stint at Tolderol, SA

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Subject: Little Stint at Tolderol, SA
From: "Dean Cutten" <>
Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 07:04:36 -0500
Today I went over to Tolderol GR at Langhorne Creek and relocated the Little
Stint feeding with about 40 R-N Stints on the NW side of the Hide. Plumage,
as described by Colin Rogers when he saw it earlier in the week, allowed one
to readily locate the bird. There were also 10 Curlew Sandpipers (one coming
into breeding plumage), 9 Wood Sandpipers, one Marsh Sandpiper and a few
Sharp-tailed Sandpipers present in the 2 ponds. Two of the R-N Stints had
orange flags.

Sth Australia has certainly had a good run this season with rare shorebirds.

Dean Cutten

Victor Harbor,  SA
Dean Cutten

Victor Harbor,  SA


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