Lamington National park report

Subject: Lamington National park report
From: Barry Davies <>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 16:37:42 +1000
Hi Greg,
The reporting of Wandering Tattlers at Hastings Point by Tobias is correct. I camp on the headland around New Year, and have done for 4 years, and they are always there. I see them everyday although I have never seen more than 6 at once and am surprised that he saw 12. I would have been there when Tobias saw his birds. I am going there tomorrow, by chance, and will carefully count the numbers. I will send you a photo taken around New Year to your email address. Around New Year there were about 30 Grey-tailed Tattlers next to one of the lakes just north of Ballina.
Barry Davies,
Gondwana Guides.

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