Possible Pectoral Sandpiper at Wynnum Bird Hide Brisbane.

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Subject: Possible Pectoral Sandpiper at Wynnum Bird Hide Brisbane.
From: Tony Eales <>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 07:21:42 +0000
General disclaimer on not being a wader expert, however, saw a bird preening 
that seemed slightly larger and longer necked than surrounding sharpies but 
what really struck me was the bright (greenish) yellow legs that seemed too 
long for a sharpie. Otherwise I couldn't really distinguish it and I forgot to 
take particular note of the breast pattern although it was brown streaked. 
Would be grateful if someone else has seen it as well and could confirm. It was 
out the eastern side of the Wynnum Bird Hide at the end of Wynnum North Road at 
16:00 today (21 Jan)

Cheers Tony

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