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|Subject:||Norgrove Park SpotlessCrake|
|Date:||Sat, 2 Jan 2010 12:37:57 +1100|
Yesterday afternoon at Norgrove Park I saw what appeared to be a 'very small' version of a crake. It flashed across the surface at the end of the arrow on attached map and disappeared behind the casaurina branches. It was a very dark crake shape but I thought too small for the regular resident Spotless Crake which I have seen there on various occasions.
Do juvenile/chick crakes appear as fully grown but at a much smaller size?
I will go back this afternoon and check it out again.
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