Sharpies & RN Stints in NSW anyone?

Subject: Sharpies & RN Stints in NSW anyone?
From: Phil Hansbro <>
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2007 08:44:45 +1000
Hi All

Has anyone seen any good numbers of Sharp-tailed Sandpipers or Red- necked Stints around NSW recently? We would like to collect faecal samples from roosting or feeding areas to investigate what viruses and bacteria they may be carrying.


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