|Subject:||Re: Un-named Observers, leg flags and crippled waders|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Nov 2004 10:51:35 +1100|
I know far better than to reply to this but ...
"While on the subject of leg-fla-gs on waders, If you are new to the list and
interested in the issues, look up can-non ne-tting and leg fla_gging in the
Alternatively, you could go to an authorative source such as the Australian Bird Study Association or Birds Australia.
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