Black-tailed native hens

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Subject: Black-tailed native hens
From: "Telstra" <>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 17:14:19 +1000
Black-tailed native hens everywhere!

For the first time ever I saw a single black-tailed native hen yesterday on
the grassy verge near the road behind the La Trobe University Wildlife

In the reserve itself there are gang-gang cockatoos apparently nesting there
for the first time in yonks. Also reports -- although I did not see it -- of
a barking owl both in the reserve and in the housing estate behind it.
Numerous sightings and heard calling.

Also crested pigeons in the area around the reserve -- a new bird here.


Harry Clarke.

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