Sharpies and RN Stints

Subject: Sharpies and RN Stints
From: Phil Hansbro <>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 15:59:06 +1100
Hi all

Has anyone seen any flocks of Sharp-tailed Sandpipers or Red-necked Stints anywhere around NSW recently?

Dr Phil Hansbro
Bacteriology/Microbiology Research Group Leader & Senior Lecturer in Microbiology
Discipline of Infection & Immunity
The University of Newcastle,
The Priority Research Centre for Asthma & Respiratory Disease &
Vaccines, Infection, Viruses & Asthma
(VIVA), Hunter Medical research Institute
Ph: +61 2 4923 6819
Fax: +61 2 4923 6814


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