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From: "Ralph REID" <>
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2001 18:04:00 +1000
I have noted with interest this discussion, and an interesting adjunct to it
might be for persons to nominate what is their most abundant species - that
is, what do they see most of, most of the time.

In my case - outer western suburbs of Sydney - no contest.  It is the
dreaded Common Myna.


Ralph Reid

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