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Subject: Home Bird Lists
From: S Cooney <>
Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2001 17:27:38 +1000
Hi All,

I'll buy into this one. I count everything that moves on or above for my house list. I need to living in the reclaimed farms of the outer south-eastern suburb of Berwick. It is an area that is lacking in anything like remnant vegetation, although in the time I have been here (10ish years) I have noticed a bit of a change from predominantly farm-land birds (Galahs, Cockys and Ravens) to include some smaller birds. The list consists of 32 birds, best bird... God that's hard... I guess the Gang Gangs from a long time ago, maybe the Wedgies that used to soar above regularly but that haven't been seen in years.

At our bush-block of land at Gembrook in the Dandenong Ranges, on which we are trying to build (anyone know a good builder?), my list is up to 57 and best bird is Beautiful Firetail and latest adition was a large group of Sitella's, just last week. Again, I count anything and have Needletails on my list.
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