Judith Hoyle <>
Sun, 6 Apr 2008 00:06:59 +0000
On a whim we went to the Manly high tide roost yesterday well past high tide so
did not see the usual numbers of waders. No cosmic rarities I'm afraid, but
did see a single Double-banded Plover (non-breeding) in the first scrape on the
way in - it flew off with a few Red-necked Stints, but would think it would
come back with the next high tide. Also had great views of Lesser Sand Plover
and Pacific Golden Plover in full breeding plumage and there were a few Little
Tern and Lesser-crested Tern present, too. Not a wasted trip after all!
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