Even more on snipes

A friend of this blog sent me a neat note today.  I reprint part of the note with a link that you should click on for lots of great information and truly wonderful photos.  That is:

Rob Ripma, is very active in birding. I sent him your post about snipes. . . . I think he was impressed with your photo of a snipe.  If you are interested in birds, his blog is [entitled NuttyBirder].  Rob and his brother Eric take some fantastic photos of birds.

It is fascinating how the law can take you to places you never imagined.

RGK

More about snipes

Photo credit:  Laem Pak Bia, Petchaburi, Thailand per Wikimedia Commons license.

Photo credit: Laem Pak Bia, Petchaburi, Thailand per Wikimedia Commons license.

thusbloggedanderson commented in response to my earlier post that:  “Snipes aren’t just rare; they don’t exist. Habeas review is not a snipe hunt. (More like looking for a 4-leaf clover!)”

While I may agree with the sentiment, snipes do exist.   Pictured above is a Pin-tailed Snipe (that I presume claims to be actually innocent).  For more on the wily Pin-tailed Snipe, see the ABA Blog (American Birding Association).

RGK

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