|Subject:||Steve Clark's Dunkeld Bird|
|From:||"Moverley, John" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Jun 2000 11:05:17 +1000|
With regards to the Dunkeld bird, that Steve Clark said may have been forwarded to Museum Victoria. I have been told no specimen has arived at the museum (8/2/00) (I work in the marine invertibrates so am a bit isolated from birds).
If I hear of anything I will pass it on.
The museum did recover a large number of very good seabird specimens from the Point Lonsdale beaches last week after the rough weather.
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