Although it's not unusual for Beach Stone-Curlews to be seen at
Harrington, its great to know that they are still around. For a long
time there has been a pair at the mouth of the Manning River, ranging
between Harrington and Old Bar.
On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, 20 July 2007 9:16 AM
Subject: Beach Stone-Curlews at Harrington
I have received an SMS from Harvey Perkins this morning. He is currently
Harrington, which is just north of Taree, on the Manning estuary, and
up from Old Bar, on the lower northern NSW coast.
The pair of Beach Stone-Curlews were in the estuary at Harrington, near
hardware store. I'm not sure whether this is unusual or not.
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