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|Subject:||Bicentennial Park Lewins Rail|
|Date:||Wed, 21 Jan 2009 19:25:13 +0900|
G'day Birders, I decided to have a look at the triangle pond on the way home from work this evening. I thought the combination of wet weather and bad traffic on the M4 meant that I had little option but to try.|
All the usual suspects were there teal, coots, grassbirds etc, but no rails or crakes. I thought I was dipping and dripping ( it was starting to rain even more).
But then it appeared.
Well I thought it did, so I was juggling bins and mobile phone while I called my dad for confirmation. As he read out the features of both I knew I was on a winner.
Oh what a feeling, finally something good for 2009.
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