Possible Short-toed Eagle

Subject: Possible Short-toed Eagle
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2010 21:05:38 +1100
Stilt Sandpipers, hah, you find them everywhere, Japan, Darwin, Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Austria and Majorca (probably doing a Skase there) Just common vagrant. If Vic. still had a Vagrants Act, it probably would have been locked up as it flew in, because it obviously has no means of support. Doesn't even have pockets to keep money in.

Carl Clifford

On 27/12/2010, at 8:05 PM,  wrote:

Carl wrote:

"Much more exciting than those blow ins they get on Christmas and Cocos."

*coughs* or a stilt sandpiper. ;)

This is bird of the decade for mine (if its confirmed).


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