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|Subject:||Fadden Spotless Crakes|
|From:||Ryu Callaway <>|
|Date:||Sat, 4 Jul 2015 03:21:27 +0000|
I went back for the first time since my ereama report last Saturday to again find at least 2 spotless crakes foraging out in the open, from 7:45-8:35am.
Quite a large majority of the shallow parts were iced over, with the crakes walking on the thin ice. It was quite funny when the ice broke now and then and the crake would rush out of the water which it had fallen into and back to the reeds.
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