Stilt Sandpiper at WTP

Subject: Stilt Sandpiper at WTP
From: Chris Watson <>
Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:32:14 +1100
Seems anyone interested may have already seen this by now, but I have
benefited from the generosity of other folks' postings on this one so it
seems only right to mention that it was still present this morning
(28/12/10) until about 1100 when we had finished looking at it in number 7
pond at the T-section.

There were still a few Greenshanks about but the Stilt Sandpiper seemed to
be keeping to itself, and was giving very good views and not seeming too
Thanks very much to Debbie for arranging access and to the considerable
gathering of birders for the use of scopes and pointing the bird out in the
first place. Suffice to say, when any of you are ever in The Alice, drop me
a line and I'll sort you out.

           Chris Watson
(Alice Springs, temporarily in Melbourne en route to Tasmania)
*Central Australian birding resource*
*Guiding, writing, and the latest site information*
*from Alice Springs*

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