Re: Pectoral Sandpiper and Snake at the WTP, Vic

Subject: Re: Pectoral Sandpiper and Snake at the WTP, Vic
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 13:18:03 +1100
Hi All,

On Saturday, I found my first Pectoral Sandpiper on the rocky edge of a 
lagoon along the edge of the bay, east of the Little River mouth. (Just 
past the first outlet drain (145E???)). 

A photo of the Pec can be seen here:

On the Sunday, I tried to relocate the Pec with no success, however I came 
across an amazingly coloured snake sun-bathing on the road. Its 
colourations glowing in the direct dusk sunlight. 

It had a greenish head merging into chocolatey brown upperparts.   Its 
underparts were a bright orangey yellow, with indistinct stripings of 

Is there any snakers out there I can send a photo to for an ID?

Alternatively, you can view an image at the following link:

Any help appreciated. 


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