There is nothing wrong with Stilt Sandpipers! First major rarity I've
been involved in finding and IDing :) Although a Short-toed Eagle
would be extremely exciting.
I may try and have a look for the Short-toed Eagle tomorrow morning...
meant to be going to Lorne but this is way more exciting! Does anybody
know if anyone has gone to have a look for it yet?
On Dec 27, 9:05 pm, Carl Clifford <> wrote:
> 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
> *coughs* or a stilt sandpiper. ;)
> This is bird of the decade for mine (if its confirmed).
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