Grey birds

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Subject: Grey birds
From: "Robert Read" <>
Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2001 19:49:49 +0930
In the the case of the Grey Honeyeater it is uncommon rather than rare.  Its greyness and habits make it inconspicuous and hard to identify.
As for the Grey Falcon if I had not found a road-kill nearly 20 years ago I would agree that they are only in books.  I am still searching for a live one.
Robert Read
Alice Springs
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