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Subject: Kellys
From: "Steve Holliday" <>
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 13:41:07 +1100
A late am visit failed to produce a sandpiper but I did have prolonged views of both Spotless and Baillon's Crakes (1 of each) feeding in the open in the channel, a 2nd Spotless appeared briefly but was immediately chased off by the 1st bird. My crake watching came to an abrupt end when a passing sparrowhawk decided to perch in a willow directly above their feeding spot, needless to say the crakes scarpered. Otherwise there was a Freckled Duck, a RK Dotterel at the southern end of the swamp, and 2 immature BF Dotts with at least 4 adults.
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