Help identifying waterbird

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Subject: Help identifying waterbird
From: "Peter Shute" <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 23:51:29 +1100
Thanks, do you agree it's a juvenile?  And is it usual that you can't see the 
white on its lower back when its wings are folded?

Slater says it's "uncommon to rare" in the south.  Does that apply this close 
to the WTP?

-----Original Message-----
Sent:   Thu 18/01/2007 10:54 PM
To:     Peter Shute
Subject:        Help identifying waterbird

Looks like a Marsh Sandpiper to me
               John Graff

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