Subject: Blackbirds
From: "Frank O'Connor" <>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 21:27:48 +0800

I heard third or fourth hand of a report of Common Blackbird in Albany on the south coast of Western Australia a few years ago. However I haven't been able to verify the report, and it is not officially on the WA check list.

If it had been reported to the authorities, I believe that it would receive the same fate as WA sparrows, starlings, etc. Some lead shot ...
Frank O'Connor      Birding WA
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