spotless crake

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Subject: spotless crake
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 12:45:07 +1000

A spotless crake at Norgrove Park, on LHS of first bridge, at 10am . I guess that this bird is the same one that has been seen off and on for the last few months?

Also, yesterday, a flock of choughs viciously attacking, on the ground in La Perouse Street opposite Red Hill School, a single chough. I stopped, thought that they ware surely trying to kill it; but they all flew away. (I did not get out of the car to interfere. Birds will be birds).


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