Red Knot Subspecies 'rufa' in trouble

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Subject: Red Knot Subspecies 'rufa' in trouble
From: "Dean Cutten" <>
Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2007 06:37:21 -0500
The North American Red Knot subspecies 'rufa' has suffered another set back 
with 1300 (6% of estimated total population of 17,000) found dead earlier 
this year in Uruguay. This sub-species could become extinct in another 10 
years. Read the report at

Dean Cutten
Victor Harbor,  SA


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