Spotless Crakes

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Subject: Spotless Crakes
From: "David Kowalick" <>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 08:21:52 +0930
For anyone in South Australia who finds Spotless Crakes difficult species
the little bay next to the Goolwa paddle boat at Goolwa is currently home to
at least four of these elusive birds. Look for them next to the reeds on the
far side from the paddle boat with a scope in the late afternoon. The water
levels are still very low so the crakes are inclined to step out from cover
more than normal. A small silver lining to the otherwise very dark cloud
over the River Murray. Cheers David K


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