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Old Dec 22, 2013, 1:52 PM   #1
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Default Clapper Rail

I hit a jackpot this morning at the Arrowhead Marsh. I got pictures of an elusive bird, the Clapper Rail. I have been trying many time out there to see it with no luck. But then you can say I miss it because I had the camera setting to the lowest resolution. I was trying to show my wife the different settings on my camera and forgot to reset it to my usual setting. Anyway, good luck or bad luck, here are the pictures.
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