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|Subject:||Re: Northern Shoveler?|
|From:||Rhiannon Kiggins <>|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Sep 2019 08:55:58 +0000|
Thanks to all those who responded rearding the Northern Shoveler. I visited JW between 4-5 pm today but with no luck. I searched from each hide and while there were quite a few of our own shovelers at Cygnus, I couldn't see him. The sun was getting low and while there were more birds on the far side, there was quite a bit of glare on the water.
On the upside, I did see four Latham Snipe outside the middle hide including one with an orange-looking band on the right leg. Not sure if this has already been reported but a nice find anyway.
If anyone locates him again in the ACT please let me know.
On Mon, 23 Sep. 2019, 12:51 pm Rhiannon Kiggins, <> wrote:
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