Wandering Tatts at Caloundra

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Subject: Wandering Tatts at Caloundra
From: robert burgoyne <>
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2011 23:50:36 +1100
Wandering Tatts still present at Caloundra today Tuesday 8 November at 4.00pm.  
Picked them up about 200 metres south of Wickham Point and followed to that 
point over half an hour on an incoming tide.  A White Ibis and a White Eastern 
Reef Egret also present feeding in the rock pools.  Another lifer thanks to 
Paul! (SIPO on my last trip).
Rob B
> Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 10:41:25 +1000
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> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] Sunshine Coast Pelagic.
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> Hi All, after that amazing Sunshine Coast Pelagic on Saturday, Brian Russell 
> and myself decided to stop by Caloundra Headland and check for Wandering 
> Tatts. Found a pair of nice plumaged juvenile birds on the southern end and 
> got some nice piccies. Cheers - Paul W.
> End of birding-aus Digest, Vol 68, Issue 7
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