re. Painted Snipe

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Subject: re. Painted Snipe
From: "Betty Mitchell" <>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 14:43:48 +1000
 Further to Bob Forsyth"s observations regarding Painted Snipe. A few years
ago I observed a couple of Painted Snipe feeding on the shoreline of
Menindee lakes in the Kinchega National Park in New South Wales. The
shoreline was completely devoid of any vegetation and the birds were
feeding on the exposed shoreline. I was surprised and wondered about it at
the time as most Painted Snipe I have seen are usually skulking in amongst
fairly dense vegetation.
                                      Bett Mitchell.

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