Snipe and Eastern Curlews

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Subject: Snipe and Eastern Curlews
From: KANE Gary <>
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2015 23:52:32 +0000
In the last week I have seen two species of migratory birds around Brisbane.  
Is it more likely that they have been overwintering or are they early arrivals? 
On Wed 12 Aug I saw two Eastern Curlews on the mudflats at Myora Springs on 
North Stradbroke Island and on Sun 16 Aug I saw a Snipe (probably Latham's) at 
Oxley Common. The Snipe was at the first lagoon on the right, on the way to 
Pelican Lake. It was just walking around on the muddy edge with the 
Black-fronted Dotterels.

Gary Kane
0412 423 023

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