barking owl

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Subject: barking owl
From: "Roberts, Greg" <>
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 11:29:27 +1000
I'm not sure if this is well-known in Townsville but anyway... yesterday I
visited a friend staying in the Rowes Bay Caravan Park, a short distance
from the Townsville CBD. There is a pair of barking owls in residence there,
roosting right above the main park road, oblivious to all the chaos around
them. One was clutching the remains of an Indian mynah. They are calling at
all times of the night and day. Delightful. Worth dropping in if in the

Greg Roberts

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