|To:||"Williams, Roger" <>, canberrabirds <>|
|Subject:||Non birding/ Brown Snake|
|From:||Bob Rusk <>|
|Date:||Fri, 27 Apr 2012 16:11:27 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi Roger !
I'm not an expert in sexing snakes but I would lean to guessing that this one being a female. The reason being that I couldn't for the life of me imagine that a male would get itself in to such a predicament . Of course there could be some (misguided) opinions from some other sections of the community . I don't know if its the same empty pond that we seen last week but there was a recently demised Pee Wee (female) caught in the mire when we were there.
From: "Williams, Roger" <>
To: canberrabirds <>
Sent: Thursday, 26 April 2012 7:25 PM
Subject: [canberrabirds] Non birding/ Brown Snake
The photos of the Brown snake were take at the Fyshwick sewerage ponds, he had taken a wrong turn and ended up in the slimy mud on pond 1a. The dotterel in the photo was one of about 6 that took some interest at one stage,though not venturing to close, he did eventually make it out of the pond.
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