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Penn Gwynne <>
Wed, 12 Jun 2002 21:49:27 -0700 (PDT)
This is quite correct they do in fact do a lot of
jabbing but I have never seen one jab a roo as yet?
not even up at pucka mate.
Do you live by chance in the outback?
JAG De Whag
Janet & Peter Flinn <> wrote:
Hullo bird lovers, A Postscript to my comment about
Black-necked Stork being not a descriptive title, I
think that Jabiru is very descriptive, (and quite
onomatopoeic) because isn't that what its great bill
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