Fw: Semi-palmated Plover

Subject: Fw: Semi-palmated Plover
From: Nathan <>
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 20:21:18 +1100
Earlier on the 15th we had Mike Carter saying

*"Until now I had been only 90% sure regarding the identity of the
Ringed-type Plover at the Broome Sewage Works. Having just received some
excellent photographs taken on 8 February, I am now firmly in the camp which
says that it is 100% a Semi-palmated Plover. In my opinion, these photos
show the partial webbing between the outer and middle toe (extends about one
quarter length of middle toe) as well as the minute flange between the
middle and inner toe. Adrian Boyle tells me that the bird hasn't been seen
since 11 February but because it has a history of intermittent appearance
since its discovery last October, it may well reappear."*

 Which seams to have many reasons for this. Firstly, Mike's 100%, we all
should be XD and the second are all the reasons that he Listed.

~~~~Nathan Ruser

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