When I was a young child in Melbourne (ca 1950-55) Song Thrushes were
common in suburban gardens. It was my understanding that their
distribution in Melbourne had become very restricted because they were
being out-competed by Blackbirds. Is this right?
Associate Professor John M. Penhallurick<>
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