Re: Green Catbirds at Goolengook, Victoria

Subject: Re: Green Catbirds at Goolengook, Victoria
From: andrew stafford <>
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 18:37:50 -0700 (PDT)
Hi all,

I don't know if anyone else picked up Paul Jones'
report of Green Catbirds at Cooloongook, Victoria.
This species is not known from that state and I am
amazed that if this report is accurate (as seems
likely) no one has picked them up before - they are
after all pretty noticeable when they're around. Does
this represent movement of northern birds or even an
outlying population? It could, of course, also be
construed as another reason to halt logging in the

Any thoughts?


--- Paul Jones <> wrote:
> Hi Andrew
> yes I am absolutely sure.  It was one of the first
> birds that I heard when I
> got out the car, which pricked up my ears, because I
> thought it was only from
> Queensland.  Sightings and speaking to people that
> where staying there did confirm
> it as being a green catbird.  It is also very common
> in the area.
> Paul
> >Paul,
> >
> >Green Catbird sounds rather extraordinary - are you
> >sure? They're not known from Victoria.
> >
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