Broome rarities

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Subject: Broome rarities
From: "Gemfyre" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 15:52:51 +0800
A friend and I are seriously considering participating in the madness and going on a whirlwind twitch from Perth to Broome to catch the Hoopoe and Semi-palmated Plover. Does anyone have any current info on these two birds? I see the plover has most recently been spotted on the beach rather than the sewer works - which is useful as we will be hiring a car and unable to climb on top of it to take a peek into the poo ponds.

Thanks for the info.

Stirling W.A.

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