Print

Print


As they are spend the winter in southern South America they almost
entirely cross both continent. They are transient birds. I guess you
saw mainly (if not exclusively) adult birds as they start migration
earlier than juveniles.

Best Regards: Szimi
----------
Gyorgy Szimuly (Szimi)
Skype: szimistyle
iChat: [log in to unmask]
URL: http://www.szimistyle.com


On 2007.07.30., at 14:41, Jim wrote:

I've been seeing a flock of 30-50 White-rumped Sandpipers and about
20 Wilson's Plovers in tidal salt ponds of Tortola, British Virgin
Islands.  All birds are feeding vigorously during lowering tides, no
bands or flags were seen. The expected Willets, Oystercatchers,
Spotted and Solitary Sandpipers are also present.  Are the WRSA an
expected species for the BVI and region at this time?

Jim



Jim Corven
Associate Professor
Bristol Community College
777 Elsbree St.
Fall River, MA 02720
Tel:  508 678-2811, ext. 3047
www.BristolCommunityCollege.edu
www.ebird.org/usvi