Common Noddy

To: "Alan Morris" <>, "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Common Noddy
From: "Greg & Val Clancy" <>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 10:38:53 +1000
Further to the recent reports of Noddies, a juvenile Common Noddy was at Woody 
Head and later at nearby Back Beach, Bundjalung National Park, north coast NSW, 
on Wednesday April 7.  There were also 75+ Common Terns in various stages of 
moult and one Little Tern in breeding plumage at Woody Head.

Also at Back Beach were 14 Greater Sand Plovers, 14 Lesser Sand Plovers, 14 
Ruddy Turnstones (some in full breeding plumage - very impressive), 22 
Red-necked Stints, 2 Whimbrels, 2 Striated Herons, 1 Eastern Reef Egret (grey 
morph), and a pair of Sooty Oystercatchers with a juvenile.

Greg Clancy
Coutts Crossing

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