crakes at ash island

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Subject: crakes at ash island
From: "theo tasoulis" <>
Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2009 18:33:54 +1000
Went and followed up report of baillon's and spotless crakes at ash island, 
also black-tailed native hen.Had crippling looks at all 3 from 10 metres away, 
including spotless and baillon's in the same bin view.The size difference was 
very apparent-as was the difference in feeding ecology - with the smaller and 
lighter baillons foraging out on to clumps of floating vegetation, and swimming 
between them, while the larger, heavier spotless remained on firmer ground 
right beside the reeds.

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