Wood sandpiper and Dollarbird

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Subject: Wood sandpiper and Dollarbird
From: Helen Larson <>
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2010 04:44:48 +0000 (GMT)
Saw our first oriental dollarbird in the area (Mission Beach, FNQ) since moving 
here last September. So many 'expected' birds are absent or in very low numbers.
And a single Wood sandpiper at the East Feluga fish farm ponds, which we had 
not previously visited. The ponds look like a good spot to keep an eye on, 
though difficult to see through the roadside veg. Wandering whistling ducks, 
little black cormorant, black-fronted dotterel were there too.


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