RFI: Shorebirds in Sydney (or nearby!)

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Subject: RFI: Shorebirds in Sydney (or nearby!)
From: "Hazel K Watson" <>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 21:33:31 +1100
Can anyone give me any hot tips for recent shorebird sightings in the Sydney 
area?  We're doing a late-season survey roundup of all the shorebird sites I 
know about, and hoping to find out about any sites we might have missed.

I'll happily accept info on anything in the shorebird family-
Residents (e.g. Red-capped Plover, Black-winged Stilts, Dotterel spp, 
Oystercatcher spp)
Migrants (including Latham's Snipe, and are there any Sharpies still around 
Exciting ones (DUNLIN???  if only,...)
Boring ones (Masked Lapwing)

Best wishes,

Hazel Watson
PhD student
Australian Wetlands and Rivers Centre
School of Biological, Earth and Environment Sciences
University of New South Wales, NSW 2052

0431 366 377

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