Plains-wanderer in "Shorebirds of Australia"

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Subject: Plains-wanderer in "Shorebirds of Australia"
From: "Peter Shute" <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 00:26:55 +1100
I just bought "Shorebirds of Australia", and was surprised to see that it 
covers Plains-wanderer.  I can understand their explanation that it's closely 
related to other shorebirds, but if it doesn't look or act like one, why 
include it?

I've never seen one, and only know what I've read about them.  Does it seem odd 
to include them?

Peter Shute

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