One of the Rarest Wild Birds Photographed in the Wild

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Subject: One of the Rarest Wild Birds Photographed in the Wild
From: Chris Shaw <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 13:42:30 +0930
I have fairly low expectations when it comes to finding unusual birds, so it 
took me by complete surprise when I saw and photographed a bird that I knew was 
in the area but in my mind I thought, because it was so critically endangered, 
almost extinct, that it would be so out of the question to even think of seeing 
one… well we can always be wrong…

Anyway it's on my blog at

Kind regards

Chris Shaw

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"A thing long expected takes the form of the unexpected when at last it 
comes."--Mark Twain

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