Native hen?

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Subject: Native hen?
From: John Clifton-Everest <>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 09:19:10 +1000
Did anybody manage to find the Black-tailed Native Hen at Pitt Town over
the weekend?  Is it still there?
I spent an hour there on Sunday, when Chris Gladwin also turned up, but
we neither of us had any luck.  Instead there was: Wood Sandpiper (1),
Latham's Snipe (1), Marsh Sandpiper (1), Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (many),
Baillon's Crake, Australian Spotted Crake, Buff-banded Rail, Whiskered
Tern (3) and Chesnut-breasted Mannekin.
John Clifton-Everest

Associate Professor John M. Clifton-Everest
Department of Germanic Studies
University of Sydney
(61) (2) 9351 2262
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