Spotless Crake FNQ

Subject: Spotless Crake FNQ
From: Phil & Sue Gregory <>
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2012 11:14:27 +1000
Great close  views of an adult Spotless crake yesterday, albeit sadly freshly 
deceased, pinned by the carpal joint to a strand of barbed wire adjacent to a 
small lily-covered lagoon near Kingfisher Park. it must have flown through and 
become caught with no-one coming by in time for rescue. A scarce species up 
here, but conceivably much overlooked, I saw one at Abattoir Swamp last year 
for instance and it's occasional at Hastie's Swamp.
Phil Gregory


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