Large-billed Reed-warbler rediscovered (twice)

Subject: Large-billed Reed-warbler rediscovered (twice)
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 16:15:49 +1100
 "Although reed-warblers are generally drab and look very similar, one
 of the birds I caught that morning struck me as very odd, something
 about it didn't quite add up; it had a long beak and short wings," said
 Round. "Then, it dawned on me I was probably holding a Large-billed
 Reed-warbler. I was dumbstruck, it felt as if I was holding a living

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