Quite a few Golden Plovers at Manly [SEQ] today

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Subject: Quite a few Golden Plovers at Manly [SEQ] today
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 14:05:19 +1000
I had an hour or so at the Manly wader roost this morning. Quite a few waders there, including ~ 20 Golden Plovers (many in partial breeding plumage), a trio of tringa, a few knots, quite a few stints (virtually all in non-breeding plumage), sharpies, curlew sands, godwits, whimbrels, turnstones etc. There was also the odd bird in interesting plumage that I'll have a look at more closely on the computer. Gull-billed terns seemed to be the dominant sterna at the roost.

Regards, Laurie.


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