Little Grassbird & others ...

To: Julie Clark <>, COG Chatline <>
Subject: Little Grassbird & others ...
From: John Harris <>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 02:48:01 +0000
Hi Julie,
As we worked out before, Reed warbler is top L and Grassbird is top centre just down a bit. It is a very important image. They are obvious if the image is enlarged. 
Can you crop and enlarge so folk just get the top LH segment? Dotterels are less important.
Alternately, people could enlarge it, zoom in or something.

John Harris
Rev Dr John Harris,
36 Kangaroo Close,
Nicholls, ACT 2913
P: 61-(0)2-62418472

From: Julie Clark <>
Date: Monday, 17 March 2014 1:40 pm
To: COG Chatline <>
Subject: [canberrabirds] Little Grassbird & others ...

Taken at Crace - poor quality photo but interesting to see Little Grassbird & Reed-Warbler (& others, incl. juvenile B-F Dotterel) in the same shot..


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Julie Clark
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