Double-banded Plover, Manly, QLD

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Subject: Double-banded Plover, Manly, QLD
From: Chris Sanderson <>
Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2010 18:41:22 +1000
Hi all,

Took advantage of a huge tide today to head out looking for shorebirds.
Bird numbers were at an all-time high with many thousands of birds at the
Manly roost.  The standout bird was a single Double-banded Plover in
non-breeding plumage.  Not sure if this is an early arrival or an
over-summering bird that hadn't been detected til now but either way it is a
pretty good bird for February.  Two Grey Plovers, and a host of birds in
stunning breeding plumage made this a great morning.


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